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163 Cunningham Lane
Big Pine Key, Florida 33043

Winter Phone: 305-872-9856
e-mail: RoyalPalmRVPark@hotmail.com



Royal Palm RV Park is located on Big Pine Key, minutes from the white sand beaches of the Bahia Honda State Park and the Key Deer Refuge. This quiet park caters to Snowbirds looking for a friendly, reasonably priced, clean park with plenty of activities. 

Come visit us in the beautiful Florida Keys.

The Royal Palm RV Park is small and friendly. We have a total of 34 sites, all with full hookups. This is a retirement park, adults only (children allowed as overnight guests) and no pets.




Have fun at the Royal Palm RV Park: - Coffee every Friday - Card games every Tuesday - Ice Cream Social every month - Thanksgiving Dinner - Christmas Dinner and Christmas Eve Gift Exchange - New Years Eve Bingo - Gala Park Anniversary Dinner February - Other festive theme dinners - Shuffleboard tournament

Locally: - Beach fun at Bahia Honda - Kayaking - Fishing by boat or on the bridges - Snorkeling - Bike paths - Key West is only 30 miles away - Visit the Key Deer - See the alligators at Blue Hole

Go to the park website for the latest news and prices:
RoyalPalmRVPark.homestead.com


Royal Palm RV Park Big Pine Key, Florida





Royal Palm Campground RV park, Big Pine Key





All information about this park is subject to change. Please call them for inquiries or visit their website at www.royalpalmrvpark.com



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