We stayed at Bluewater Key Resort for 1 week between Christmas and New Year. The site was very large, near the pool and had a wonderful Tiki-hut with a large table, kitchen/meal prep area, full size fridge and outdoor furniture, as well as 2 large screen tvs. The pad to park the…
Although our stay was nice mostly due to location we incountered a few issues mostly with the level of concern staff had with our issues. Upon arrival our 50 amp service had only 1 hot leg not letting rear ac to work notified them on Saturday and did not see a electrician till…
We have been camping here for over 10 years. The resort is as beautiful and well kept as ever. The camp sites each have their own flavor of tropical style. The staff are friendly and do a top notch job of keeping the entire resort picture perfect. This is RVing at its best.
We have RV’d all over the world and this is probably one of the nicest RV parks in the U.S. Our site was on the water and we had a fantastic breeze the entire time. No bugs!! We watched the sunset and rise from our dock. The entire family spent time eating, reading and…
Bluewater is by far an away the nicest RV Resort we’ve ever stayed in. The sites are awesome, especially the bay front sites. You get your own tiki hut and dock with a view that’s 2nd to none. The Resort staff are also excellent. Can’t wait for our next stay!
"Look at all the sites available on their website and pick what you need and want."
"None of the views are worth the cost. Unless you bring a boat, stay in the cheapest site you can reserve."
"Pick the oceanview slots"
"There are sites for everyone - Canal front, near the pool and docks, or bay front!"
"If you want a breeze select one of the Bayside sites.Take a short drive north to spot the "Fat Albert" Blimp."