Key West Camping
Once the vacation months come rolling in, you all know this is the moment that a lot of children are all waiting for. They are very much looking forward to camping, staying outdoors, running, and just being free to do all the things they want to.
Speaking of camping, one of the best campgrounds located in Florida is Key West. Hundreds of kids look forward to making good memories here every year. The place serves as a good vacation spot not just for children but for the whole family as well.
Some of the good campground sites you may find in Key West include the following: Leo's Campground, Sugarloaf Key Resort Koa Campground, Boyd's Key West Campground, and the Dry Tortugas National Park and Fort Jefferson Ferry.
Key West Campgrounds
Located on Suncrest Road, Leo's Campground is open to children and adults of all ages. For families camping on a budget, Leo's Campground can offer you with the most affordable rates without sacrificing the facilities and amenities you can use. The site is located by the entrance to Key West so you will not get lost in finding it.
Leo's Campground is also near the historical areas of Key West. You will drive past beaches, restaurants, fishing charters, diving sites, and more on your way to the campground. The tent sites are situated near the lake with mangrove trees surrounding the place. The site is very serene and relaxing, perfect for families who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life. There is also an RV site that you can camp in with your RV. Each RV unit comes with cable television and picnic tables. Children below 12 years old are free of charge, whereas pets are only allowed in the RV site.
Friendly rates and staff await happy campers who decide to stay at Sugarloaf Key Resort Koa Campground. Some of the services and amenities you will enjoy while you are staying here include: pool, hot tub and sauna, Wi-Fi connection, cable television, and tour shuttle. If you want to roam around the campsite, you can rent a bicycle and tour the place. For those who want a quick snack, head on over to their bar. There are also snorkeling activities, banana bike rentals, boat rentals, and marina.
The Boyd's Key West Campground promises that their clients will experience "camping at its finest" with their first-class facilities and breath-taking views. The site is located a few minutes away from Duval Street. Some of the things they offer include heated swimming pools, lounging beach, oceanfront campsites, clean bathhouses, marina, and powerful electricity.
The place is simply perfect for romantic getaways or for family vacations since Boyd's Key West Campground was voted as part of the top 10 RV parks to visit.
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Camping at Fort Jefferson is primitive camping. You must bring everything with you. The Yankee Freedom II provides daily ferry service from Key West to the Dry Tortugas National Park and Fort Jefferson. To have the most wild and memorable experience of your lifetime is the tag line of Dry Tortugas National Park and Fort Jefferson Ferry. People planning to stay here will enjoy what this place has to offer - palm trees, cool breezes, calm and steady ocean waves, and stunning views. Truly, you will not ask for more.