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Sunshine Key RV Resort — A gateway to the Florida Keys

  • Editor Rating

  • Rated 5 stars
$23 to $150
  • 100%


Summary:

Who knew you could take your RV to paradise?

Sunshine Key is a true getaway in the Florida Keys found at mile marker 39 on Overseas Highway 1.

After crossing the famous seven mile bridge and all its breathtaking views you quickly arrive at Sunshine Key and all your worries drift away. You will easily be able to get set up in your pull through spot (unless you choose a water front view) and set up quickly with hook ups that are easy to reach and clearly marked.

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Pros

  • Newly brick paved pool with 5 shaded tiki huts and plenty of chairs for lounging
  • Majority (except along waters edge) of sites are level, pull through, gravel sites
  • All sites are Full Hook Up with 30/50 amp
  • Free Cable
  • Newly remodeled swimming/fishing dock. Its a great spot for snorkeling or jumping in the ocean
  • Gas station/camp store right on property with diesel fuel
  • Incredibly fast WIFI with very reasonable weekly/monthly rates
  • Easy access to the gulf which was great for shell and sea life exploring
  • Small sandy beach with some tree shade
  • Lighted basketball and sand volleyball courts
  • Cafe open morning and afternoon for snacks and light meals adjacent to the pool
  • Deluxe Ice Cream Social most Saturdays. $1 scoop with FREE toppings!
  • Marina slips available at campground
  • Free covered fish cleaning station
  • Gated boat storage
  • Laundry on site $2 wash $.25 per 7 minute dry
  • Accepts packages and letter mail without charge
  • Large parking lot with RV spots. Great for boondocking if you arrive at night
  • Weekly entertainment available
  • Lots of sea life can be spotted at or near the marina (dolphins, jelly fish, manatees, crabs, sea urchins, fish, shovel head sharks)
  • Golf carts allowed on property

Cons

  • Roads and turns are very tight and narrow
  • Sites are all full sun
  • No playground

About Jen Holt

Jen Holt and her husband Drew are parents to two young kids and travel the country in their fifth wheel nicknamed Big Moosey. The Holts have a passion for the outdoors and love visiting National Parks. You can follow more about the Holts adventures at www.free2breathe.com

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