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5150 Dixie Highway NE Palm Bay, Florida 32905

321.724.1639 (Phone)
321.724.1639 (Fax)



Breezy Palms RV resort is in sunny Palm Bay Florida and provides the comforts of home to campers from all over.  We offer tranquility with a beautiful view, just a few reasons folks keep coming back year after year. The tropical breezes are captivating and really puts you into a relaxing mood.

Known as the Lazy K for many years, we are a Dog friendly park with a view of the Indian River from most slips. We are mostly over 55 and very quiet.  We do our best to keep the park clean and secure. We are very close to the beaches but not close enough to get the traffic, close enough to Cape Canaveral that you can see the rockets go up from the front of the park, or just a short drive to feel the rumble.

Shopping is always just around the corner and the Club House is where friends gather.

Patrick  &  Juliette McCarthy

Our Club House is available to all park residents, as well as for private gatherings. We have card tables, pool table, board games, and even a Wii gaming system for all you young at hearts. Game nights - We play pool and lots of different Wii games such as bowling. Tuesday nights we play cards, Yahtzee, Skipbo and more. Friday nights we play poker, pool and sometimes other games. We often have cook outs and everyone brings a side dish. All are welcome.

Hook Up Service 
We have full hook ups at each slip, provide 30 or 50 amp service, City Water/Sewer plus cable TV.  Secure internet WiFi is also available

Laundry Facilities
We have two washers and three dryers.  They are usually enough for everyone to get clothes done.  Bring your own detergent and bleach, however please try not to overload the machines.

Bathrooms and Shower
We have showers and bathrooms at both ends of the park just in case, with plenty of hot water!



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