We came down for a 4 night stay in late June. The weather was warm with the occasional light passing shower. The location could not be better. Each spot looks over the Gulf and each has its own private balcony. The Tiki Bar was open each night and enjoyed getting to meet some of the local people. The town was very laid back with some great finds for local meals. We really enjoyed steamer's for dinner and Kona Joe's for breakfast or lunch. One word of caution would be to bring some bug spray! 30/50 amp full hookups and cable TV.
Didn't realize sites were just sandy spaces, within 20 ft of passing traffic. Ouch!.At $60, was a little pricey , other than that, we loved it. Very laid back atmosphere Pity the bar was closed the night we spent there. But we drove into the quaint little town and met all sorts of I interesting characters at various bars we called in at.
Have stayed here a couple times and love it. Only 4 or 5 RV spots, but they are full hook-ups and you can pull in so you can have a water view. Tiki Bar is a plus and it is open on weekends, and sometimes on demand. Best part is the great people that run the place, Pat and his better-half, Cindy. Always friendly, answer all your questions about the area and take great pride in the appearance of the property. Remember though, Cedar Key is "Old Florida" and not an area that's filled with tourist activities. We do highly recommend the Cedar Key museum, but the hours are limited. Some road noise from the only road in and out of town, but it is minimal after about 11:00. Kind of off-the-beaten-path, but well worth it to experience great owners and a laid-back town.
Nice spot right on the water, gracious owners, tiki bar and live music many nights.
I would caution about making a reservation here, probably better just to show up and see what you are getting. No way should this be considered an RV park, but more so just a place to park your RV. Our site offered no picnic table, grill, fire pit and very little space. The Waterview was terribly obstructed due to overgrowth , the front view was an extremely busy road and locals parking their cars, and that was about it. These parking spots are literally feet from a very busy road. It was probably the most disappointing place that we have ever stayed. As to the overall area, Cedar key is great.
I agree , it s not an RV Park , just a few spaces feet away from main road, with no view of sea , and lots of weeds . Great tiki bar ( when open ) and nice deck overlooking water . Not worth the price though ... NO facilities like a real RV Park