Boyd’s Key West Campground

Nearing the end of US 1, your camping adventure starts at Mile Marker 5! That feeling you get when you enter Boyd’s Front Entrance is the one that will keep you coming back again and again! Boyd’s front office and maintenance staff will encourage you to "check out" of your daily worries and "check in" to your Florida Keys RV camping oasis. One can expect a smooth check-in procedure and assistance to parking in your small slice of paradise!


No need or worry is too small, let Boyd’s staff assist you in making the most of your Key West RV camping experience!
 
  Take the last exit of the Florida Turnpike. Roll down your windows and smell the salty ocean air.

There's just a special feeling once you leave the mainland in the rear view mirror and hit the Overseas Highway! Take your time, only 42 more bridges until you see that famous Mile 0 sign and get your daily dose of Vitamin SEA! The Florida Keys Coral Cay Archipelago chain is unlike any other natural geological formation in the country. The traffic slows down, the people get friendlier, change out that business casual attire for sandals and a tank top! You’re on "Keys Time"!
source:  https://www.boydscampground.com


Jonathan Dickinson State Park 

Rare environments such as coastal sand hills, upland lakes and scrub forests as well as the pristine Loxahatchee River make this park a unique spot to explore on land or by water. Historical interests include a secret World War II training camp, the story of the shipwrecked Quaker merchant who is the park’s namesake, and Trapper Nelson, the legendary Wild Man of the Loxahatchee. Ranger-guided tours of Trapper Nelson’s 1930s pioneer homestead are available year-round. 
Visitors can enjoy paved and off-road biking, equestrian and hiking trails. Boating, canoeing and kayaking along the river are also great ways to enjoy the park. Anglers can fish along the riverbank or from a boat. The nature and history of the park comes to life through exhibits and displays in the Elsa Kimbell Environmental Education and Research Center. Programs for kids or the whole family are also offered here. Sign up for the park's e-newsletter to learn more about programs and events. 
Source: https://www.floridastateparks.org