America Outdoors Camper Resort

97450 Overseas Highway, Key Largo, FL 33037

Phone: 1-305-852-8054
Fax: 1-305-853-0509

Take the turnpike to US 1 and continue south to MM.97?, Bayside, Key Largo, FL

Description: America Outdoors Camper Resort and Marina

A deluxe beachfront camper resort that offers 155 wooded and shady RV sites, a complete convenience store, a gift shop, a laundromat, a full service marina, an adult recreation hall, a shuffleboard court, horseshoes, a full service restaurant, a beautiful white sandy beach, and a 170 foot fishing pier. Guests can also enjoy swimming, boating, diving, and biking on a 20 mile bike path while staying here.

fishing, swimming, boating, diving, snorkeling, Bicycle Trails, Shuffleboard, Volleyball


Year Round - Dates of operation
155 - RV sites
10 - Pull-thrus
50 - Double slideouts
150 - Full hookup
40 - RV length (in feet)
30 / 50 - AMP's
0 / 0 - Cabins / Rental units
Yes / Yes - Phone hookups / Modem friendly
Yes - TV hookup
Yes - Tenters welcome
Yes / Yes - Group facilities / Some handicap facilities
Yes / Yes / Yes - Gasoline / Propane / Dump station

Other Facilities Included:
Tables, Pay Phone, Gasoline, Beach, Boat Ramp, Water Access, Pets on Leash Food/Snack Bar Groceries, Ice, Laundry, Rec Hall/Clubhouse, Major Credit Cards Accepted

Canoes, Watersports


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