RV sites are O.K.. Nice clubhouse, pool, etc. We were here for three nights, four days, and the office was locked 24 hours a day, every day. I should have left with paying after three nights, but I followed the note taped to the door and put my payment in the mail slot.
Older "Trailer Park" nestled in Great Live Oak trees, Spanish Moss, etc. Pool, multi club houses, shuffle board, etc.
Management is absent or incompetent. Park seems to operate on "volunteers" who know nothing, and care less! Management, if it exists, need to spend 12 hours a day observing and training the "office help".
This place looks like a "Homeless Camp". Most sites are full time occupied by very old trailers (1960 to 1970) with extensive add-ons beside and attached to them. The place is really a "Trailer Park" from years past and very Florida Keys Conky. Reasonable maintained. Not a modern Motor Home in site (if you got in, you could not turn around).
Look else where, unless yo be a Conk?
Immaculate, Friendly, and First Class all the way.
Grassy Key RV Resort may well be the best resort in the Keys? It was immaculately clean and maintained. Sites are large and well spaced apart. Our water front site was 10 steps from the water with our own "beach" and new lounges to sit in and watch the sun set.
There is a little bit of landscaping hedging between sites (it could use some more, but with rigs so big these days, I am not sure it would provide much more privacy?).
The entire resort is gravel. Nicely done in different colors to indicate RV sites, driveways, beach front, etc. Some grass would be nice and soften the place up, but water is an issue in the keys.
The pool is delightful, spotlessly clean, with chairs, table, and umbrellas.
All sites have water, electric (50 and 30amp), sewer, CATV, and free WiFi. There is no "Bath House", and therefore no common showers or toilets. But most rigs today have those facilities in spades.
Our fellow guests (other RV'ers) were quality people, and we enjoyed their conversation and company, especially at sunset parties.
Everyone had a small dog or two (as did we), and a more convenient dog walk area would be am improvement.
Last, but not least, our Hosts (the resorts owners) were delightful, and made us feel welcome and appreciated. 5 stars (only because there are not 6 available).
RV park has many nice shaded pull through sites. Well maintained. Pool with deck over small lake. Hot tub/spa not working. Nice clubhouse but closed after 9 pm and on Sunday when staff goes home.
Management could or would not make the effort to keep our club rally of 8 RV's near each other. The scattered us all over the place, some sites so far we had to drive up to the club house.
Wifi worked only occasionally and staff did not know or bother to tell us the secret to "log on". A hand out page had misleading instructions.
I guess you have to get nasty with the staff to get them to do their jobs?
No cable TV and too far from Tampa to get on-air signal. Staff, again, could or would not figure out to negotiate CATV contract even though cable is installs throughout the park to crevice more permeant residents? The place needs a senior experienced manager, or a new owner? The "Carefree" franchise must not mean any kind I'd dependable quality! Sad!