Not a fan of this park. It is so tight some could not even get out till neighbor came back and moved truck, 2 hours later. Almost all workers are residents and very cliquey, say hi but we were not ever invited to gathering or stop and talk. We stayed over 2 months and board for last month. Very OLD (1963) park, not maintained well. Built when big trailers were 18' long, not for big coaches. Very tight sites, only 3' between slides. Bathrooms were kept clean by the only friendly worker in the park. Park is in terrible neighborhood with noisy party's all night. Pictures don't show how it really is, weeds and sand. Maybe OK for a short visit but not for long stay.
Boyds is not in Key West proper....it is on Stock Island just before you go into Key West (industrial area for the lower keys). Driving to this place you will think you are in the ghetto and the smell of dumpsters lingers in the air. We did not stay here after driving through - all dusty roads, very small sites, and we had spoken to others who stayed here with larger rigs and could barely maneuver through the park.
First, it's the most expensive campground I have stayed at, but it's on Key West. Real estate is a premium there. The sites were a challenge to get into as everything is crowded. I was amazed at the variety of sites - anything from tent size to big motorhome. Bus stop just outside of campground made it easy to get downtown, although the bus schedule is not necessarily accommodating. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Bathhouse facilities were well maintained.