Big Pine Key Resort Good Sam Verified Campground

33000 Overseas Hwy, Big Pine Key, FL 33043

(2 reviews) 4.5 out of 5 stars from 2 reviews
Good Sam Rating
Good Sam Rating
Facility 8
Restrooms 9
Appeal 7.5
(2 reviews) 4.5 out of 5 stars from 2 reviews

JUST ANOTHER DAY IN PARADISE

Waterfront RV Resort positioned in the middle Keys between the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean. Fish, boat, dive, snorkel or watch the beautiful sunsets. The perfect home base for exploring the Florida Keys!

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33000 Overseas Hwy
Big Pine Key, FL, 33043

Open all year

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Facility

Type: RV Park
Partial Handicap Access
Control access gate
Dump station
Laundry
Eco-friendly park
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Policies

Pets welcome
Some restrictions
Tents Allowed
Road condition: Fair
Road type: Gravel
Table at site
Spaces available: 169
Gravel sites: 169
Back-in size: 23 x 35
Room for slideouts: Yes
Shaded sites: Some
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Number of full hookups: 97
Amps: 30 Amp/50 Amp

On-site rentals

RV Park Model Rentals:

Rentals available: 4

Laundry
Self-service RV wash
Restrooms
Showers
RV wash: self-service

Swimming pool
Body of water: Atlantic Ocean
Nature trails

(within 10 miles)

Fishing
Fishing
Boating
Hiking
Marina
Kayaking / canoeing
Hiking
Kayaking / canoeing

Military Discount

4.5 (2 reviews) 4.5 out of 5 stars from 2 reviews
Facility
5
Restroom
5
Appeal
4.5
What is being rated?
5 5 out of 5 stars 07/18/2016

My wife and I stayed for three nights in July of 2016. The grounds are well kept, the bathrooms clean, and the store was wonderfully stocked. In addition to the hook-up and rustic sites, they also offer efficiency studios and trailers - some of which have water access should you be towing your boat. Just past Bahia Honda, it's in a great location for snorkeling and fishing and only a short drive to Key West. Our favorite aspect of the site was not only the location, but the fact that it is a... Read More

My wife and I stayed for three nights in July of 2016. The grounds are well kept, the bathrooms clean, and the store was wonderfully stocked. In addition to the hook-up and rustic sites, they also offer efficiency studios and trailers - some of which have water access should you be towing your boat. Just past Bahia Honda, it's in a great location for snorkeling and fishing and only a short drive to Key West. Our favorite aspect of the site was not only the location, but the fact that it is a bit away from everything else. It's relaxed. It's quiet. And it's beautiful. Further, we were warmly welcomed by the staff and all of our site neighbors. Strangers were surprisingly hospitable and welcoming and we found ourselves eating dinner with several new friends. For outings, try the trail from the north eastern side of the fishing lodge. It meanders along the shoreline, just inside the treeline and is mostly shaded. We came across a turtle nest, several key deer, and even found two cuban chugs. For nearby food, try the No Name Pub. The pizza is fantastic and the grouper delicious. We're Floridians and we travel the state quite frequently. Finding this place feels like hitting the lottery - it's indescribable, really. We aim to make it a yearly trip. Pros: the view, stocked store, clean bathrooms, on site hiking trails, boat ramp, cleaning station, dock access with multiple sites, both RV and non-RV friendly with studio apartments and rustic tent sites, nice pool, key deer so prolific you'll be tired of them, the attentive staff, entertainment, activities, and proximity to Bahia Honda Cons: Size restricted. Large campers won't be able to access as there are no pull-through sites.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 01/03/2016

We had a double-wide back in site, but because the park was at maximum capacity, we were brought in via a front-end loader, otherwise the narrow winding lanes with cars along the sides would have been tricky. Lots of activities (great Christmas dinner for $7, $1 banana-split night, dancing, crafts). Very nice rec hall, games room and shuffleboard court. The pool was large with a spacious deck. The store was well-stocked. The park is bordered by the ocean and Wildlife park with a nice hiking... Read More

We had a double-wide back in site, but because the park was at maximum capacity, we were brought in via a front-end loader, otherwise the narrow winding lanes with cars along the sides would have been tricky. Lots of activities (great Christmas dinner for $7, $1 banana-split night, dancing, crafts). Very nice rec hall, games room and shuffleboard court. The pool was large with a spacious deck. The store was well-stocked. The park is bordered by the ocean and Wildlife park with a nice hiking trail. A key downside is that the park occasionally smells of sulfur due to the rotting kelp at the shore and nearby swamps. If you are sensitive to bug bites, the no-see-ums are vicious, so you'll need to keep DEET handy. The small beach is nice, and has a fire pit. Lots of small deer can be seen because most of Big Pine Key is a deer preserve. Not a lot going on on the whole of Big Pine Key, but you are only 45 minutes from Key West.
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5 5 out of 5 stars 07/18/2016

My wife and I stayed for three nights in July of 2016. The grounds are well kept, the bathrooms clean, and the store was wonderfully stocked. In addition to the hook-up and rustic sites, they also offer efficiency studios and trailers - some of which have water access should you be towing your boat. Just past Bahia Honda, it's in a great location for snorkeling and fishing and only a short drive to Key West. Our favorite aspect of the site was not only the location, but the fact that it is a... Read More

My wife and I stayed for three nights in July of 2016. The grounds are well kept, the bathrooms clean, and the store was wonderfully stocked. In addition to the hook-up and rustic sites, they also offer efficiency studios and trailers - some of which have water access should you be towing your boat. Just past Bahia Honda, it's in a great location for snorkeling and fishing and only a short drive to Key West. Our favorite aspect of the site was not only the location, but the fact that it is a bit away from everything else. It's relaxed. It's quiet. And it's beautiful. Further, we were warmly welcomed by the staff and all of our site neighbors. Strangers were surprisingly hospitable and welcoming and we found ourselves eating dinner with several new friends. For outings, try the trail from the north eastern side of the fishing lodge. It meanders along the shoreline, just inside the treeline and is mostly shaded. We came across a turtle nest, several key deer, and even found two cuban chugs. For nearby food, try the No Name Pub. The pizza is fantastic and the grouper delicious. We're Floridians and we travel the state quite frequently. Finding this place feels like hitting the lottery - it's indescribable, really. We aim to make it a yearly trip. Pros: the view, stocked store, clean bathrooms, on site hiking trails, boat ramp, cleaning station, dock access with multiple sites, both RV and non-RV friendly with studio apartments and rustic tent sites, nice pool, key deer so prolific you'll be tired of them, the attentive staff, entertainment, activities, and proximity to Bahia Honda Cons: Size restricted. Large campers won't be able to access as there are no pull-through sites.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 01/03/2016

We had a double-wide back in site, but because the park was at maximum capacity, we were brought in via a front-end loader, otherwise the narrow winding lanes with cars along the sides would have been tricky. Lots of activities (great Christmas dinner for $7, $1 banana-split night, dancing, crafts). Very nice rec hall, games room and shuffleboard court. The pool was large with a spacious deck. The store was well-stocked. The park is bordered by the ocean and Wildlife park with a nice hiking... Read More

We had a double-wide back in site, but because the park was at maximum capacity, we were brought in via a front-end loader, otherwise the narrow winding lanes with cars along the sides would have been tricky. Lots of activities (great Christmas dinner for $7, $1 banana-split night, dancing, crafts). Very nice rec hall, games room and shuffleboard court. The pool was large with a spacious deck. The store was well-stocked. The park is bordered by the ocean and Wildlife park with a nice hiking trail. A key downside is that the park occasionally smells of sulfur due to the rotting kelp at the shore and nearby swamps. If you are sensitive to bug bites, the no-see-ums are vicious, so you'll need to keep DEET handy. The small beach is nice, and has a fire pit. Lots of small deer can be seen because most of Big Pine Key is a deer preserve. Not a lot going on on the whole of Big Pine Key, but you are only 45 minutes from Key West.
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33000 Overseas Hwy, Big Pine Key, FL 33043
Coordinates: 24.647780, -81.331840

Directions
S-bnd: On US-1 (Oceanside) at MP-33 (L)

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