The Florida Keys has its own share of beachfront camping. America Outdoors is a pet-friendly, beachfront camper resort adjacent to John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park in Key Largo .

Fiesta Key Resort KOA & Motel on Long Key is a private tropical island resort with 300 sites and even a waterfront pub and grill (this is the Keys, after all).

Closer to the Conch Republic, Sugarloaf Key/Key West Resort KOA on Sugarloaf Key is the southernmost KOA with a private sand beach you can snorkel and fish from, mini-golf and yet another key-z waterfront pub and grill.

If you're going to visit the Florida Keys you should go all the way down to the Southernmost city of Key West. It's different from anywhere else. The town is full of life and things to do. Of course you can spend your evenings hanging out on Duval Street. There are tons of restaurants and bars. During the day don't miss out on a trip to the reef to do some snorkeling. The boat Floridays visits the reef twice a day.