6401 Maloney Avenue
Key West, Florida 33040


Voice: 1-(305) 294-1465
Fax: 1-(305) 293-9301

U.S. 1 Mile Marker 5 @ flashing light left on 3rd St., follow signs.

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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.

  • Oceanfront campsites, 50 amp and 30 amp electricity, Heated swimming pool, Lounging beach, 24 hour security, FREE Wireless Internet, Marina, Gift & convenience store, 4 clean bathhouses, Located at Key West city limits, City Bus Service


Good paved interior roads, pet restrictions, tent sites, some are in gravel, grass, dirts, patios, some shaded; back-ins(24x44), modem hu/office, CATV. FAC Ocean, saltwater fishing, tackle, boating: ramp, dock. Heated pool, game room.

Fishing, Swimming, Diving, Skiing, Heated Pool


We at Boyd's Key West Campground invite you to enjoy camping at the Southernmost campground in the continental United States. Located at the city limits of Key West where many tropical adventures await you. Island camping offers frost free temperatures that vary by only 12 degrees year-round. Truly a paradise for the young and old at reasonable rates.

  • Oceanfront sites, Full hook-up sites with CATV, 50 amp & 30 amp electric, Boat Ramp & Docks, Heated, swimming pool, Gift & Convenience store, Corporate membership at Key West Harbor Yacht Club, Game room, 4 clean bath houses, Coin laundry, Free Wireless Internet for guests, Poolside Tiki Hut with big screen TV, Picnic Pavilion with grill, 24-hour security, ATM, Dump station and pumpout service, Modem data port (no charge), LP gas (with charge), City bus service, Dishwashing stations, Picnic tables


Whether creating your own art in our craft classes or making new friends at our ice cream socials or sunset cruises, Boyd's has lots of ways to entertain you. Planned Activities Social Functions during high season, Craft classes, Yoga and Aquasize classes, Ice cream socials, Potluck dinners, Live music, poolside parties and food, Fashion shows, Ladies luncheons, Camper appreciation cookouts, Movie nights, Line dancing, Sunset cruises, Casino Cruises, Day trip excursions to Ft. Jefferson and the Dry Tortugas

Other Facility Includes:
Laundry, Pay Phone, Bait Sales, Water Access, Groceries, Ice, Picnic Shelter, Credit Cards, Tenters Welcome, Tables, Cable TV, Beach, Campfires Permitted, Pets On Leash Allowed, Snack Bar/Food Service, Swimming Pool.



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