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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
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A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
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The Florida Keys are one of the most famous vacation areas in the entire country, and Key West is the crown jewel of this enchanting chain of islands. When you rent an RV near Boyd’s Key West Campground, you can live it up on a tropical island while your worries melt away. Key Largo and Miami are a long way off, so you’ll feel like you’re in another country when camping at this delightful seaside resort, known for its spectacular waterfront.
Back-in sites, gravel pads, full hookup camping spots, concrete patios, tables, fire pits, and cable TV are part of the fun while you go camping at Boyd’s Key West Campground, but be sure to choose a relaxing spot by the ocean for dazzling views and the ever-present sound of waves rolling into the coastline. Tent camping and campsites with docks are options too, depending on your gear and your preferred method of camping.
Bathrooms and showers are scattered throughout the park, so you won't have to walk far to use the facilities while RV camping here. Laundry machines, a maintenance shop, a game room, and lots of little fishing docks on the water are also on-site. A clubhouse, a tiki bar, and a heated pool can be found by the park entrance and office, adding more fun to the mix when you choose this incredible spot for your next Key West camping vacation.
Key West certainly inspires with its spellbinding array of beaches and parks, which is why so many choose to take their campervan rentals for a road trip to the southernmost tip of the continental United States. Bahia Honda State Park is one of the closest nature parks over on Bahia Honda Key. The island is mostly uninhabited and completely dedicated to the preservation of its valuable and delicate ecosystems. Spectacular coral reefs line the shores of the island, with azure water in the backdrop, making for wonderful photography opportunities. You can go hiking, biking, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, and birdwatching at this captivating conservation area, or head to Curry Hammock State Park even closer to the mainland. Kayaking, canoeing, fishing, swimming, or beachcombing along its stunning white sand beaches are great ways to enjoy your visit to the park, and you can stay overnight in your Key West camper rental at its spacious rustic camping area.
John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park is both above and below water, making it one of the nation’s first underwater state parks. Scuba diving is very popular here thanks to its abundant reefs, a myriad of tropical fish, marine mammals, and an underwater art installation called “Christ of the Abyss,” which was built in 1962.
Both Biscayne National Park and Everglades National Park can be found in South Florida, within driving distance if you want to take a road trip. Biscayne National Park is also located offshore, protecting a massive ecosystem with exotic animals and vibrant coral structures in the Caribbean Sea. Everglades National Park is absolutely massive, with millions of acres of swampland, bottom wood forests, estuaries, jungles, and other crucial wildlife areas home to alligators, birds of prey, manatees, and big cats, among other things. You can’t go wrong anywhere in this gorgeous state, practically made for outdoor adventures.
Key West may be small, but it is known throughout the country as a lively and thrilling spot with tiki bars, historical sites, white-sand beaches, and a variety of other interesting activities. Charter a fishing boat, play a round of golf, or visit the Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum, home to the legendary writer who resided there for a large portion of his life. Between its lush gardens, private tours, amazing architectural style, and a gift shop, it's always a great idea to see this historic home in person while exploring the Florida Keys.
The Mel Fisher Maritime Museum features a collection of treasure found underwater in the area’s shipwrecks, like Spanish gold from the year 1622. Learn about the exploration of the Americas, the science behind shipwrecks, and the infamous pirates of the Caribbean who terrorized the seas.
Dry Tortugas National Park is an amazing hexagon-shaped fort once used by the military to patrol and protect the southern borders and the shipping lanes of the Caribbean. Boat rides, seaplane flights, snorkeling trips, scuba diving, and historical tours make for a well-rounded, educational, and memorable time when you rent an RV near Boyd’s Key West Campground and take a short drive to the national park.