upper keys:

PENNEKAMP STATE PARK

Renowned for being the country’s first undersea park, John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park encompasses an impressive 70 nautical square miles. While many visitors view the park’s colorful coral reefs and teeming marine life on a glass-bottom boat tour, 

visitors can also enjoy walking on short trails through tropical hammocks, picnicking or swimming at the beach. The visitor center features several large saltwater aquariums filled with sea creatures, and nature videos are shown in its theater. Full-facility and youth/group campsites are available.

102601 Overseas Highway

(305) 676-3777

General Park Info Link

Reservations Link

 

KEY LARGO KAMPGROUND

Located on 40 acres of tropical flowers and foliage alongside the Atlantic Ocean, offering unplugged camping as well as sites with electric (great for our slide out camping A/C) - including waterfront sites.  Amenities include a Pool, Beach, Kayak/Paddleboard Launch and more!  Located at mile marker 101.5 on the ocean side. 101.5 Oceanside.

101551 Overseas Highway

(305) 451-1431

www.KeyLargoKampground.com

middle keys:

CURRY HAMMOCK STATE park

Halfway between Key Largo and Key West sits 1,000-acre Curry Hammock State Park, the largest uninhabited parcel of land between Key Largo and Big Pine Key. The park protects large areas of mangrove swamp, rockland hammocks and seagrass beds essential to the Florida Keys ecosystem. The park is an ideal destination to kayak and paddle board with the Atlantic Ocean as a backdrop.

The main restroom has composting toilets and solar-powered hot showers.

6200 Overseas Highway

(305) 289-2690

Info Link

Campground Video Tour Link

jolly roger travel park

Jolly Roger is on the Bay Side of mile marker 59 in Marathon.  The property has three areas, most recommended are the Seawall sites.  Lots of shade trees, grass & lush spaces.  Reservations are required, just like all the others on this list check for availability and cancellations even if told unavailable prior. 

59275 Overseas Highway

(305) 289-0404

www.JRTP.com

lower keys:

BIG PINE KEY RESORT

Big Pine Key Resort, previously known as Big Pine Key Fishing Lodge, occupies ten pristine acres between the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. Perfectly positioned in the middle keys at MM33, Big Pine Key Resort offers a friendly home-base from which to enjoy all the Florida Keys have to offer. Several camping options including waterfront tent campsites, which are a great spot for our Westys! 

33000 Overseas Highway, Big Pine Key

(305) 872-2351

Link to Site

 

BAHIA HONDA STATE PARK

Bahia Honda is the holy grail of Keys Camping.  There is no other campground like it on this planet.  Although it reserves months in advance, YOU CAN find camp sites from reschedulings and cancellations by calling them!  Reach out to us for help in navigating the phone list, reservation site and alerts.  You may have to stay one night on a Tuesday and another the Thursday after but you'll be glad you did!  Plenty of Bahia Honda info online, this is just our two cents.  

36850 Overseas Highway, Big Pine Key

(305) 872-2353

Info Link

boyd's key west campground

Boyd's is one of the most popular campgrounds in the Keys.  Built on Stock Island from what was once an industrial outparcel, Boyd's is a gentrification story dreams are made of.  Paddle board or kayak from their protected shallow beach, bike to the Key West destinations or just chill out and soak up the scenery! 

6401 Maloney Avenue, Stock Island

(305) 294-1465

www.BoydsCampground.com