We had a show to do in Cedar Key, Florida so we booked into
Sunset Isle Rv Park. This was
our second visit so it was
obviously nice enough for a return. The rv park
about 1.3 miles from the town of Cedar Key. The Sunset Isle
Park fits a lot of rv's on its plot of land especially
the weekend of the art
show. The facilities are old but they
work hard at keeping them clean and
The on premises cafe "Ada Blue" serves meals...a
(fattening, of course). Lunch/dinner is sandwiches and
and hotdogs. Fudge is made on the premises and we did enjoy
of it. The rv campsites are CLOSE like any other private campground.
Bathhouse rooms are old but well kept and clean. Laundry facilities
Cedar Key is a very small community in Florida on the west
The folks that live here survive on clamming, oystering, and
fishy occupations. I guess you could call it quaint...a sleepy
town. Last year we spent a week there and that was maybe a long
time even though two days were occupied by the Old Florida Celebration
of the Arts. Nice little show that is usually in April...bring
wallet. We could call our week... restful and relaxing. It
quiet. We biked all over and exhausted most options.
no-see-ums were bad the day we arrived. Like stay in your
trailer bad or
dowse yourself with bug repellent. We noticed a truck
came through the
campground a day later spraying to get rid of the
bugs...glad I wasn't
grilling anything...no warning!
We enjoyed our stays in Cedar Key but I wouldn't travel a long distance to spend a long time here. We found that camping here in our RV for maybe 4 or 5 nights would be long enough unless you are in a REAL need for relaxing.