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Posted: 02/27/19 07:20am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

enblethen wrote:

we stayed here.Blue Water key
We were able to get a nice site for a reasonable price.


Define 'reasonable'.





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Blue Water Key without a doubt. That's the only place we will stay. That said, they accept no RV shorter than 24' and they do have a pet policy. You can look at Rule #10 HERE. Might be best to call before booking.....Dennis


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We got a week there for $68 a day. Direct through Bluewater from owner of site.


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AikenRacer wrote:

We (2 motorhomes) are going to Key West in May. We were going to Boyd's until they told us our dog was not allowed. She is a sheppard MIX. We sent them a pic of her and they were kind of rude back stating that she was NOT ALLOWED!....That takes care of that, I'll never go there dog or no dog. Anyway, we are now looking for somewhere else that is nice, full hookups, fairly close to Key West and less than $150 a day. Any suggestions? Thanks!

It's a liability issue, nothing personal. Insurance companies are the ones putting the restrictions on. I own a number of appartment buildings and there is a list of dogs that they will not cover. People get mad at us, when we tell them we cannot accept their dog. Sorry, nothing we can do. Again, not personal.


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cableguy574 wrote:

Look into Blue Water key rv

https://bluewaterkey.com/


A place that has 40 rules in the ole rule book? Sounds Greeeeeaaaaaaaat LOL.

Kids chaperoned at all times. No charcoal grills. Nothing smaller than 24', Oh the humanity. Rule # 39 is to die for, with the clientele that must be attracted to such a rule heavy place.

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A place that has 40 rules in the ole rule book? Sounds Greeeeeaaaaaaaat LOL.

Kids chaperoned at all times. No charcoal grills. Nothing smaller than 24', Oh the humanity. Rule # 39 is to die for, with the clientele that must be attracted to such a rule heavy place.


Hahahah, I was thinking the same thing. We looked into staying there a few years ago. I didn't mind paying the $$$ but after reading all the rules I figured I would travel someplace else.


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MetalGator wrote:

Ralph Cramden wrote:



A place that has 40 rules in the ole rule book? Sounds Greeeeeaaaaaaaat LOL.

Kids chaperoned at all times. No charcoal grills. Nothing smaller than 24', Oh the humanity. Rule # 39 is to die for, with the clientele that must be attracted to such a rule heavy place.


Hahahah, I was thinking the same thing. We looked into staying there a few years ago. I didn't mind paying the $$$ but after reading all the rules I figured I would travel someplace else.


I find the rules no different than most places we stay at. The difference is that many of them don't tell you up front and you get the surprise when you register. For example, in Myrtle Beach, I registered and was told I could not ride my motorcycle to/from my site...I would have to push it .... well, it's a 1000 lb Harley and I wasn't about to push it up/down the roads in the cg. We left. Had I known that up front, I would have never reserved there.


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If you notice, all 40 "rules" are simply common sense and respecting those that visit/live there. No cigarette butts in the planters-really? It's really a shame that they have to even have a 'rule' like that. If you smoke, field strip it when you're through. Butts don't ever deteriorate and certainly no one wants to clean up your ****. Rules are created because careless people don't care about others stuff or how they live. We really enjoyed our stay there on several occasions. The dog issue is prevalent all over the country and yes, it's mostly because of insurance regulations....JMO....Dennis

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I saw no problems with the rules. Most are the same everywhere else they are just stated for the inconsiderate folks that will trash a beautiful place.
If you ever stayed here you would understand.


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Lazy Lakes RV. Mile marker 19. Reasonable and very friendly

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