Kai and Lisas
This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Keaton Beach, FL
Max Rig Size
< 35 (ft)
Same Day Requests
Preferred Check-in Time
<b>* Update: We are now " Legendary Hosts ".Thanks to all of our guests ! </b> This is the beautiful wild coast of Florida's "Big Bend." Located halfway between Perry to the north and Steinhatchee to the south, Keaton Beach is an outpost town with a laidback, relaxing atmosphere. No motels, no fast food. The wild, natural public beach has a shaded picnic area, restrooms, a boat ramp and a 700-foot fishing pier. These are prime scalloping waters from mid to late summer, and the area is famous for year-round fishing. We recently bought this property with an old hunting cabin owned by a well known baseball coach. The cabin is currently transformed into a residence. We have 4 RV spots available in the front of the property.. Only an 8 minute drive to the sandy swimming beach of Keaton Beach (see pic above) or 20 min walking distance to Adams Sunset Beach. Stop by on your way to South Florida or up north. We do not have a maximum stay. If you want to stay longer than 5 days please reserve using HipCamp or contact us directly.. <b>The first night is always free if boondocking, if you want to book utilities it´s $ 15 for the first night and $ 25 per night for the 2nd to 5th night , $ 200/week, $ 700 month.</b> We have several 30 amps and a 50 amp power site, excellent well water, and some sites with sewer. Due to the high costs of getting power to the property we charge a fee for a 50/30 amp connection. If you see "occupied" in the calendar we probably still have sites available. (we have a total of 4) Just contact us using a "free" day. What can you do in our area? Keaton Beach swimming area, fishing, legally ATV riding on miles of dirt roads, golf carts allowed on public streets, nature trails for hiking and bird watching, Hagen Cove Park is one of the darkest spots in Florida for stars watching, dinner at the Nowhere Grill with the famous Philly Cheesesteak Sandwich, a day trip to Tallahassee with the Railroad Square ( 55 min ) Lafayette Blue Springs State Park (40 min ), St. Marks Lighthouse (55 min ) * You might have to disconnect your tow vehicle and park it separately.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Electric Hookup: 50A
RV Dump Station
Due to the size of the sewer, please no more than 3 guests without prior approval. Kids are always welcome. No aggressive breeds of dogs, please. Dogs ( maximum 2) needs to be on a leash all the time. Absolutely no unattended dogs outside your RV. If you do not pick up after your dog or your dog is constantly barking we will have to ask you to leave. Keep in mind that other guests might be afraid of dogs or stay with us because of the quiet. Well water is free of charge but keep in mind it is not tested- so we declare it non-potable. Drink at your own risk. We have 50 and 30 amps outlets plus a few 15 amp connections for fridge and lights only.
Ours sites can be accessed drive-in ( Site 2) or back in ( site 1 ) .Site 3 is a pull through site. ( currently not available) , site 4 a back in site.From Beach Rd. take Live Oak Rd. to East Royal Oak Dr. Turn right there and then left into Post Oak Rd. Its a ( normally ) well maintained lime rock road but currently a little rough due to FEMA trucks.
Hosted By FloridaBlueSky
European family of 4 Details: We are from Europe and recently discovered RVíng and boondocking. 2 adults ( 34 and 59) , 2 kids ( 1 and 9 ) Home Town: Largo,Fl. Favorite Boondocking Locations: North Florida
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
4 days ago
great hosts great parking electric and water relaxing and would definitely stay again.
2 weeks ago
Great sites with brand new deck area for HH. Lisa and the kids greated us with friendy smiles. Beautiful quiet place to relax and feel at peace. Thank you for your hospitality ☺️
3 weeks ago
Good comunication, and the site is all renovated with water, electricity and sewer. Great place to stay, nearby the beach area.
3 weeks ago
Not happy about the last mile to the host location. Road was very similar to Beach sand and quite precarious. We actually got stuck in front of the driveway. If we hadn’t had 4 wheel drive, we wouldn’t have gotten out. The first two sites on the left will not accommodate the 35’ rig with truck attached. Better for 25’, no more than 30’. Good to have hook ups and wifi for reasonable price.
3 weeks ago
Quick answer. The site is really fantastic, soon to be amazing ounce the road is done. Getting in was not an issue for us since we are a small van but the access is a sand road under renovation.