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2950 Overseas Hwy, Key West FL  33040

Direct Telephone (305) 745-2494
Fax (305) 745-2433
Email bluekeyrv@aol.com
 


Web Site: bluewaterkey.com

Located just ten miles from historic Key West, we are close enough to enjoy the fun, fine dining and numerous attractions of the city, but just far enough away to be able to relax and enjoy the peacefulness of the ocean.

All of our sites are privately-owned, and when the owners are away, we invite you to be our guest and enjoy wonderfully-appointed, spacious RV lots here at Bluewater Key RV Resort.

Interested in purchasing a lot??  Click on "Rates" above then on the word "Ownership" in blue ink next to "Amenities" / "Reservations" / "Resort', the sites for sale will be listed in numerical order. Minimum RV length is 24 feet (exterior traveling length).  Please note that we do not accept tents, pop-up campers, RVs with soft-sided/canvas pop-outs, or truck campers. All units are subject to management approval. Rates include two adults and children 12 years old and under.  Maximum of 6 people per site/RV. Charge for additional guests (over 12 years old): $10/day per person, year round. Pets are allowed. No more than two pets per site. Pets must be kept on a leash (6'max) at all times while outside, and cleaned up after. 

Our sites are individually owned, and each is unique and different from the rest.  All of the sites are landscaped with a variety of tropical plants, shrubbery and trees.  Owners appoint their sites with various amenities.  Our staff will do their best to match you with a site that best suits your needs and desires.

Our sites average 30-35 feet wide by 70-80 feet deep.  All have water, sewer, electric (30 and 50 amp), cable TV and WiFi access. Lush tropical landscaping provide shade and privacy between sites.  Tiki huts and picnic tables are a minimum on all sites. Waterfront sites have decks and docks.  A number of sites also have additional patio furniture and cabinets.


Recreation:
Fishing, Boating: Dock, Ramp


Amenties:

81
-No of Licensed Sites
30/50 -Amp Service
No -Tent sites
71 -Gravel
71 -Full Hook-ups
Other Facility Includes:
Pet restrictions, no tents, patios, back-ins, big rig sites, modem hu/site, CATV. FAC restrooms, showers, security, public phone, laundry. REC Ocean, Heated pool, rec hall.


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