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Old 05-24-2018, 04:19 AM   #1
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Seeking Class A Accommodations in The FL Keys

We're looking for a place to set-up our 34' Class A coach where we can launch and dock our 20' flats boat for a week or two in an area with access to snorkeling for lobster and some inshore fishing.

Prefer water, power and sewer hook-ups.

Any experienced recommendations would be greatly appreciated.

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One of the prettiest places is Bahia Honda at the state park. But those reservations get snapped up pretty quick. Take a look at Sunshine Key. Nice folks and more space than some of the other parks in the Keys,
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We have stayed at Boyd's on Stock Island which would suit your requirements.
https://www.boydscampground.com/ If their marina happens to be full, there are several within a short walking distance.

We have stayed at Pennikamp State Park which has a ramp and marina. Also at the KOA on Sugarloaf Key, but I understand that is still closed for repairs.

There were quite a few others, but we have not stayed at any of them. Generally speaking all of the RV parks in the keys are 1) expensive; 2) pack you in like sardines; and 3) are booked up far in advance.
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One of the prettiest places is Bahia Honda at the state park. But those reservations get snapped up pretty quick. Take a look at Sunshine Key. Nice folks and more space than some of the other parks in the Keys,

welcome neighbor ....I'd try Blue Water Key also. Pricey but nice with water access.
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The Jolly Roger RV Park in Marathon (mile marker 49) offers a full service park with a boat launch and small marina.
It is on the Gulf side.
RV sites include shade, open sites, back-in, pull throughs, large rig sites and a storage area for boat trailers.
It can be tough getting reservations during Jan., Feb., Mar.
You can check them out on-line.
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One of the prettiest places is Bahia Honda at the state park. But those reservations get snapped up pretty quick. Take a look at Sunshine Key. Nice folks and more space than some of the other parks in the Keys,
Sunshine Key RV Park is closed due to Hurricane Irma and under a complete re-build. Bahia Honda State Park is still only partially open.
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