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Old 02-18-2014, 05:13 PM   #11
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Phil57, great find. Let us know how it is and take a few pics. I looked at their website and I will be booking there. That place has to be one of the best looking rv spots on the water I have ever seen.
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Old 02-18-2014, 05:14 PM   #12
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Phil57, great find. Let us know how it is and take a few pics. I looked at their website and I will be booking there. That place has to be one of the best looking rv spots on the water I have ever seen.
Out of curiosity- did you look at Google Maps/Earth-view? It looks like there's a sunken boat in the lake?!

https://www.google.com/maps/place/La...3d2233e5b18400
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Old 02-18-2014, 07:13 PM   #13
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Out of curiosity- did you look at Google Maps/Earth-view? It looks like there's a sunken boat in the lake?!

It do happen from time to time. It actually looks like Hoffa's sedan...
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It does look like a sunken boat. I will post some pictures next week.
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Old 02-18-2014, 07:23 PM   #15
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I have tent camped at Big Pine Key fishing Resort in the '90's, last time was a miserable time, off and on rain, no wind, humid. Fast forward to '14, have brand new '13 21 foot Shockwave toy hauler... with AIR! Found that BPKFR does not allow pets according to their web site so have been looking at other options for our planned trip in Sept. I've notice there is very little cg's with pull-thru's in the Keys. Blue Water Key has peaked my interest, but with most CG's down there, a bit pricey. We have accumulated about $250 in KOA coupons and wondered if they might be worth using at the Sugarloaf Key KOA. We've been to many camp grounds where it's been elbow-to-elbow at times, have most of you had a good experience there?
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Old 02-18-2014, 10:41 PM   #16
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If you stay in the sites surrounding the pool area there is enough room to stretch out. Not huge, but good enough. Then again I think it depends on what you are looking to use the park for. For us it was a home base. It has a great location for day trips. The staff were also very nice and accomodating.

Parking in Key West was mentioned, we had zero issues parking there. There is a garage right downtown near Mallory Sq that accomodated our truck without issue and the price was not all that bad. Street parking would be a nightmare in the downtown area. Then again parking near the southern most point and walkng to downtown was also not too bad for us, the walk along Duval St is entertaining to say the least.
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Old 02-19-2014, 07:23 PM   #17
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Phil, y'all will love Bluewater Key. We were there last year for a week. Wonderful and with every penny. Restaurant right next to them is really good too. Have fun! LynnClick image for larger version

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Is there transportation between Blue Water Key RV Park and downtown Key West? Eliminating the parking issues in Key West.

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Is there transportation between Blue Water Key RV Park and downtown Key West? Eliminating the parking issues in Key West.



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No, but there are plenty of pay parking lots in Key West. We never had a problem. Just be willing to part with some of your cash!
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Well we just got back from dinner and wanted to give a update on Blue Water Key RV. This place just rocks. It is first class and very private. The lot we have is right in front and we were kinda worried until we saw it. Most of the lots here have bay or channel access and docks. The staff is so helpful. We have never seen a better place. I Don't want to leave Friday but at 150.00 a night we can't stay long.
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