There are hundreds of places to launch a kayak, a canoe or a paddle board in the Florida Keys. We pick 12 for your next kayak adventure.
Find the Best Camping Spots in the Florida Keys
Kickback in the Florida Keys with great camping opportunities.
Cheap Florida Keys Camping
The Florida Keys, a a 100-mile stretch of limestone islands off mainland Florida, offers lodging on all of its populated keys. Although mom-and-pop hotels and luxury resorts dot the island chain, camping in the Florida Keys costs less than any hotel on the islands. If you know where to look, you can find camping in some of the Keys' natural...
Bahia Honda State Park is a state park with an open public beach. Great Florida Keys Beaches and activities for all of the public. Florida Keys park and beaches have watersports and is an official state park of the Florida State and Florida Keys.
The Overseas Highway through the Florida Keys is the ultimate road trip: Spectacular views and things to do, places to go, places to hide and back roads to explore, hidden harbors and tiki bars galore. Alongside the Overseas Highway, there are hundreds of places where you can pull over to fish or kayak or enjoy a pina colada. Camping in the Keys is a special treat, and there are dozens of magnificent coral reefs where you can snorkel or dive.
There's not a lot of love for tent campers in the Florida Keys, but there are a few campgrounds where you can enjoy the tent-camping experience. We pick the five best with a few others worth an honorable mention.
Glamping in Florida Glamping on Florida’s West Coast in RV Parks: There are a few RV parks right on the beach, such as Red Coconut RV Park in North Ft. Myers beach, and Calusa Campground Resort and Marina in the Florida Keys. Or Bluewater Key Resort (picture), 10 miles from Key West where most every spot has it’s own dock. Some spots even have underwater light that makes it a living aquarium at night. Via Ginger Goes Glamping. Bring your own RV, or look for a rental!