Big pine fishing lodge - campground | Established Campground

United States

Details

Last Visited: 3 months ago
GPS: 24.647790, -81.332020
Altitude: 6.2 masl
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Amenities

Electricity: Yes - At Sites
Wifi: Yes - Average
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: Hot
Water: Potable
Toilets: Running Water
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: No
Sanitation Dump Station: Unknown

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Description

Campground with all amenities. Full hook-up or rustic campsite. Very clean bathrooms. Nice swimming pool.
Unfortunately, destroyed by Irma hurricane in September 2017. They are reparing so dirt campsite for the moment. Paid 44$ per night for 2 adults and 2 kids on a rustic campsite. So much mosquitoes. Very noisy, near main road.

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Didn’t stay here because there are no dogs allowed... just a heads up to others.

Insanely beautiful spot in the keys! We stayed two nights because it was a bit pricy 45 per night, but much cheaper than any other location in the keys. The bathrooms were great with hot showers. The tent sites were open with no hookups, you can also bring an RV and have a full hookup in a different location of the park. There is an amazing beach train and water right in front of the tent sites and a boat ramp.

Stayed here for five nights in a waterfront rustic/dry site and paid a pretty penny (about $330). We travel almost every day so it was nice to have a home base for a few nights. There is no privacy between sites, but everyone we met was very nice. We particularly enjoyed the pool and nightly fires put on by the hosts. No beach of it’s own, but close enough to Key West, Bahia Honda, and Sombrero Beach. Potable water, dump station, garbage, showers, plus many more amenities. We had poor cell service on ATT and although the campground has WIFI we could never get it to work.

Everything seems repaired and in good order. Bathroom are clean, swimming on the rooftop of the small shop.
They offer free coffee every morning and make a fire at night in front of the ocean. They also have rec room with TV, pool, tennis table. The only down point is the prices in the small shop, more than double than in the Winn Dixie, which is 5 minutes away.

The office and shop is still in a provisional trailer while repair work is being done. The campground, however, seems restored. Rustic campsites are $53 plus tax (total $60), ocean front $56. Full hook-up sites $79, ocean front $86 plus tax. They claim that they are the cheapest on the Keys except for the State Parks. I stayed for one night, while most other campers spend their entire vacation here. A nice surprise were the free roaming white-tailed deer in the evening and morning. There is traffic noise from the highway bridge.

stopped here only to find out pets are not allowed.

Campground with all amenities. Full hook-up or rustic campsite. Very clean bathrooms. Nice swimming pool.
Unfortunately, destroyed by Irma hurricane in September 2017. They are reparing so dirt campsite for the moment. Paid 44$ per night for 2 adults and 2 kids on a rustic campsite. So much mosquitoes. Very noisy, near main road.

Please update if you come here and share your own points for all travelers. Thanks