April 16, 4:37am - reviewed by Angel Torres
We chose Fiesta Key to make our maiden voyage with our first camper all the way from NJ. Fiesta Key surpassed all of our expectations. The grounds was constantly being taken care of and the staff was very polite and nice. We stayed at Fiesta Key from 3/19/18 - 3/23/18 and had a great time. The sunsets was amazing from our waterfront site (573). If you have never camped here we recommend trying this place out. If you have and never had a waterfront site, we recommend paying the extra money because it is so worth it. We are planning on going back next year around the same time right after bike week. Hope this helps someone. Safe travels.
June 30, 6:06am - reviewed by John
We spent 10 days at the resort and had a good time. Other than the pool and salt water, there isn't a whole lot to do. We didn't have the boat, so that made a big difference. The marina was great with a good amount of boats. The Lobster Crawl restaurant was pretty good with beautiful views of the water. I would expect that for what you are paying that the restroom and showers would be cleaned daily and up to date. The restrooms and showers were in need of repair and deep cleaning. Out of 4 showers in the men's room, 2 were out of commission and the other 2 were almost there. We did not use the other restroom/showers by the general store, so I can't rate them. If you go, stay on the South side as the North side is mostly for permanent RV'rs, unless you are looking for a park model. The park models were very nice.
June 4, 2:38pm - reviewed by Bernie Berry
My family and I just spent 5 days here. We were on the South side in site 569. Very friendly staff (AJ) helped us get our RV into our site and helped my husband get our tow dolly to its spot. So much for is to do here... We fished, swam in the pool, played ping pong and rode our bikes around the campground. Games like corn hole were not available because prior guests threw the bean bags on the roof. Also, games in the rec hall were missing pieces from prior campers. Helen in the office was so nice and helpful. There was free coffee in both the office and the bait shop every day. Weekdays are definitely quieter. We had fun Saturday night as a DJ was in the clubhouse mixing things up. I heard loud music outside but it seemed to quiet down after quiet hours. I heard a few people complaining but they were the ones breaking the rules. Niceness goes a long way! I would recommend this place if you want to enjoy the scenery and have a relaxing time. We will definitely be back.
April 23, 3:58pm - reviewed by Matt
Tight spaces, Monday-Thursday is great. Friday-Sunday turns into Cuba, Staff does nothing with loud music, Onsite restaurant is great! I most likely will not return to this place.
April 14, 10:18am - reviewed by Sarah
Could Be So Much Better
Agree with Tom where we assigned a site as loud. Big noisy groups up late into evening and no official control. Playground roped off being renovated. The tiki bar and restaurant was nice though. There are two distinct sides to the campsite. Northside = noisy and not sheltered from the wind so you're unlikely to be able to leave your awning out. South side seemed more relaxed and quiet and is more sheltered from the wind. Still, it's the keys and the location is nice no matter what.
April 14, 9:34am - reviewed by Tom
Spent two weeks here typical keys campground gravel sites close tight spaces good place if you like loud Cuban music no management control of park. Great restaurant on site with good happy hour
March 1, 1:49pm - reviewed by Chris
Were there for month of February 2017
Friendliest campground we have stayed in, bath house is in terrible condition and extremely dirty
Other than that it is a great place to stay in the Keys ( pricey
October 18, 10:30pm - reviewed by Rod
Was there in 2014 and it was a older campground setup for 1960 camping vehicles. It was quite and beautiful, big rigs are welcome but sometimes take up 2 parking places. Great restaurant and swimming pool, friendly staff and great fishing.