Big Pine Key
Big Pine Key Fishing Lodge has a friendly atmosphere where campers can relax and enjoy the sun along the coral rock shoreline and divers can enjoy the nearby Looe Key National Underwater Marine Sanctuary. It is located in the Lower Keys at Mile Marker 33.
On the Atlantic Ocean in the Lower Keys, the Sugarloaf Key Resort KOA Kampground is located at Mile Marker 20. As the southernmost KOA Kampground in North America, this campground offers activities year round.
The oceanside Knights Key RV Resorts and Marina is located in the Middle Keys at Mile Marker 47 in Marathon Florida. The Knights Keys Campground offers it guests clean, grassy sites among mature banyan and gumbo limbo trees. Campers can swim on their beach or relax by tiki huts.
Curry Hammock State Park is located on Grassy Key (the middle keys) about 1 mile north of the City of Marathon. It’s a great state park for camping, swimming, snorkeling, and kayaking and has a white sandy beach on the Atlantic Ocean.
On Key Largo in the Florida Keys at Mile Marker 102.5, you’ll find the award winning John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. Home to the only living coral reef in the United States, the reef begins in Miami and stretches 221 miles down the Keys to the Dry Tortugas near Key West.
It is the third largest living coral reef in the world. You can enjoy year round swimming, snorkeling, and scuba diving at the John Pennekamp state park.
The Florida Keys is one of the rare places where you can camp right on the beach. From tents and cabins with AC to RV sites there is a place for you to enjoy camping in the Florida Keys.