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      Update from Texas Assn of Campground Owners re: Evacuees   08/28/17

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ReneeEimerman

Suggestions For Campground In Key West, Early March

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Leaving Disney March 4 and heading south, any suggestions for campground in the Keys or before. Perhaps park the motorhome and drive to the Keys? Never been there, true Newbie. 36.5 motorhome with a toad. Thanks

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paulrem   

Avoid Knights Key in Marathon. Way too expensive for a 2-service resort. And you might get ants in your rig like we did last Spring. Get closer to Key West for nicer at the same prices.

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Leaving Disney March 4 and heading south, any suggestions for campground in the Keys or before. Perhaps park the motorhome and drive to the Keys? Never been there, true Newbie. 36.5 motorhome with a toad. Thanks

We were there in Jan. on our Harley. Hotels were 250.00 a night. Camping would be cheaper.

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There's a guide to two of the parks not too far from the Key West Aquarium at http://www.rv123.com/blog/rv-resorts-near-key-west-aquarium/

I've heard recommend Boyd’s Key west Campground, located at 6401 Maloney Ave and Leo’s Campground, 5236 Suncrest Road

Boyd's amenities:

Oceanfront sites

Full hook-up sites with Cable TV
50 amp & 30 amp electric
Dump station and pumpout service
Modem data port (no charge)
LP gas (with charge)
Boat Ramp & Docks
Heated swimming pool
Gift & Convenience store
Game room
4 clean bath houses
Coin laundry
Free Wireless Internet for guests
Poolside Tiki Hut with big screen TV
Picnic Pavilion with grill
24-hour security
ATM
City bus service
Dishwashing stations
Picnic tables
Leo's amenities
Gravel pad, back-in sites
Picnic table, water
Sewer hook-up
Electric hookup (most sites up to 50 amp)
Direct digital cable TV.( If your TV isn’t digital cable ready, cable boxes are available with a $50 refundable deposit.)
Wi-Fi within a 50 ft perimEter of office
Showers
Laundry facilities

P.S> - If you're feeling touristy while you're down there, be sure to stop at "Robby's Marina" in Islamorada to feed the Tarpon by hand.

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I'm with MuckSavage, Bluewater Key is tops in my book! But now its April, so where'd you stay?

Lol, it's now May and just seeing this post again. We ended up staying at Miami Everglades Park and drove in our toad to Key West. Stayed at the Best Western and had a beautiful view of the water. If we go again, we will plan way in advance.

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