Key West Camping, Campgrounds, & RV Parks
Key West RV Regulations
RVs and campers are not permitted to park overnight on residential streets in Key West, or alongside U.S. Highway 1 after 11 p.m. anywhere in the island chain. In addition, overnight parking in shopping centers or public parking lots is discouraged throughout the Keys and prohibited in Key West. This makes it important to make campground reservations, or at least call to check availability, to avoid being caught without an appropriate site.
Florida Keys campgrounds and RV facilities range from small properties with basic amenities to waterfront campground resorts with amenities including heated swimming pools and hot tubs, marina and dock facilities, onsite restaurants, gift and convenience stores, and coin laundries. Although they differ in location and amenities, virtually all are extremely busy each winter until the Keys' "high season" ends at Easter.
DRY TORTUGAS NATIONAL PARK AND FORT JEFFERSON FERRY
BOYDS KEY WEST CAMPGROUND
LEO'S CAMPGROUND & RV PARK