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First off, we came here while evacuating from Irma, and the office was very flexible about our reservations knowing the circumstances. There were several folks there for the same reason, and so the office set up breakfast in the clubhouse a couple of mornings for...More
There must be new ownership because of all the new repairs. The bathrooms, pool area and laundry were sparkling clean! The RV spaces were fresh level gravel. The only spaces with shade are the two corner spaces on the marina side. We had our bicycles...More
We just completed our first stay at Perdido Key RV Resort. We are very picky when it comes to campgrounds and this one more than passed the test. From the moment you arrive, staff treat you like valued customers but don't hassle you needlessly. Sites...More
My family and I stayed here for 7 nights and before we eat, booked to come stay 5 more nights in July. We absolutely loved it. Everyone is super nice. And they go above and beyond. We fell in love with this place. So much...More
Loved this place. Pricey, but worth it. Quiet at night (or day!), nice long-term rv'ers. Everybody was helpful. Kids loved the pool, and there is an area to swim at the dock. Ride your bike 2 miles down the road on a bike path and...More
Not sure - I didn't notice anyone having their "Easy Ups" up. You might call the office and see if they are allowed. I, personally, can't see an issue if you wanted to place it over your picnic table, but then again, some... More
Not sure - I didn't notice anyone having their "Easy Ups" up. You might call the office and see if they are allowed. I, personally, can't see an issue if you wanted to place it over your picnic table, but then again, some people have HUGE canopies and I feel this would be a bit much. Also, when we were there, during the typical FL afternoon storms, the wind would get so gusty, we'd pull our awning in. Would not like it if someone's canopy got loose, blew into the side of our unit and scratched it. Again, best bet is to call the office.