For RVers, the Road is always endless. 🙂
That is why, RVing at Road’s End in Florida- At Key West is surely a bucket list destination for most RVers
Being the best tropical hideaway, for Bob Rountree, a veteran RVer, RVing at Road’s End in Key West in 70’s were the ‘clandestine days’. Today, if you park along the road, the authorities will not only stare at you, but also handcuff you as well! 😮
“When I first moved to Florida way back in the ’70s, we would camp in the woods across from Smathers Beach in Key West. In fact, it wasn’t difficult to find places to pitch a tent or roll out a sleeping bag anywhere in the Keys. “The authorities” would usually look the other way, unless you looked like trouble. Alas, times have changed, and so we go with the times”.
The Road to Road’s End … 😮
This is an amazing sunset at Key West
As there is no camping in Key West, the only option for an RVer is to choose the right RV park that is accommodating. Nevertheless, this renowned island of Florida Keys has some stellar attractions like RV Beach Camp. Some of our favorite places to go around the Lower Keys are:
Long Key State Park:
With a shallow 100 Yard beach, kayaking is ideal here. Look at the amazing spiraling roads 😮
Bahia Honda State Park:
An award winning beach of Florida, Bahia Honda is 2.5 miles long. Additionally, Dr. Beach in 1992 called the beach ““a piece of the Caribbean”.
John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park:
Ideal for snorkeling, John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park also has two beaches- Cannon beach and Far Beach.
Beach Resorts at Marathon, Florida Keys:
Good Luck Researching! Here’s a place to start.
Special For Zachary Tour Clip
A clip from RVer Panda Monium on a For Zachary Tour after boondocking and waking up in Key West.
Check out more videos from Panda Monium here.
Have you gone RVing to Key West? Tell us in the comments below :D.