Key West Camping at its best…Boyd's Key West Campground. Family Vacation in Key West, Florida, in the most popular Camping and RV Park in Key West and the Lower Keys by taking your family on a camping experience they'll never forget. Boyd's Campground is Key West Camping at its finest. Relax in our Lower Keys Campground with your Camper, RV, or Tent facing the beautiful oceanfront. We're only minutes from Duval Street. Relax lounging by the pool, or enjoy area snorkeling, fishing, diving and beaches.
Our Boyd's Key West Campground has been Family Owned and operated for over 50 years, our lush tropical park provides the perfect setting for family vacations, intimate getaways or an escape from cold winters.
We managed to get a last minute spot on over the new year. Our site was by the dumpsters and smack in the middle of the peninsula ie not on the water. That said- it was amazing! Not super clean site. The dumpster was not only a none issue, we didn’t see a single fly. The facilities were clean. The pool (once the old ladies water aerobics ended🙄) was fun for the kids. We walked to an awesome bar/ restaurant called hog fish. The staff was friendly as well. I never write reviews but this camp ground gets a thumbs up from me.
Group of 10 camped. One Rv. One tent. Great views and great atmosphere. Really enjoyed the park.
Groups of 10 camped. One Rv. One tent. Great views and great atmosphere. Really enjoyed the park.
We had the best tent site on the property! Spring break was a perfect time to camp as it wasn’t hot. Wish it wasn’t so far away.
If you have a beach front site ($71 a night) then you will have a great view. However, the rest of the park leaves you wanting. Its clean and has decent showers and a nice size pool but all of the sites are tiny and give you zero room or privacy. The staff is super friendly in their over priced shop and will try to help you take the bus downtown and advise you not to drive eventhough you are not far from downtown. I highly recommend trying to get a spot in the Parks before here.
I loved this camp. Clean bathrooms .. loot of RV .. tent sites are by water and few by RV. Small sites so make sure u dont have 8 and more ppl tent. Close by is Air Force Base so u can watch and specially heard their training fly overs. U are quick from this camp in downtown Key West by The 0 mile sign and in middle of everything.
Boyd’s is located on Stock Island which is just 5 miles from Duval Street in Key West. I really enjoy the water front campsites that are offered at Boyds. This campsite also has a pool.
Great family campground, stayed there for 5 nights over Easter. We had a primitive waterfront tent site and it was the most expensive site we’ve ever had ($90/night!) But the views were lovely and the staff kept the restrooms clean even with the campground getting super full on the weekend. We were pleasantly surprised to find wifi at our site and an outdoor pool. It’s an extremely windy area, so no mosquitoes or bugs. The ground is a salty packed sand/ gravel mixture which corroded our metal tent stakes when we had a rainstorm. There is no shade, so I’d recommend a dining tent, if you can fit it on your site. The campground is small and you’ll probably hear your neighbours- these are not big sites! From Monday to Saturday the nearby airforce base runs drills with fighter jets all day… it’s cool but not if you have young kids sensitive to noise, our 9 mo. old screamed and screamed when they flew by (and this happened constantly. All day. Ugh!)
Campground is nothing too special, but it is great to live right on the water for a few days and the spot provides a nice headquarters from which to explore the rest of KW. Sites are right on the water, and manatees and iguanas regularly cruise through. Best beaches we found weren't super close, but we were still stoked to have a nice home base. Hemingway house was really interesting and stand up paddle trip out to some reefs was the absolute highlight. We'd love to get back and explore the area much more with the stand up paddle guides, Cody and Ryan, who were totally awesome.
This campground is great because of its location. Sites are very small, you will be within three feet of your neighbor. Small fences provide some privacy, while sites in the mangrove area provide the most space.
This is a park filled mostly with seasonal RV goers, however, we staid in a primitive tent site. The facilities were all clean, and the staff was very friendly. We went down in March, after Hurricane Irma, and all services were completely restored.