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In Perdido Key, Florida directly on the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, between Pensacola, Florida and Orange Beach, Alabama; 2 miles from the sugar white sand beaches and emerald blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico, and 30 minutes by boat to Pensacola Bay & Alabama Point Passes. We have 56...
We had a great time here at the resort. As se started to set up, our lift jack on the front of the camper stoped working. I went to the front office to ask if they sold fuses. They did but not the type that...More
The checkin process was very easy and the staff was very friendly. The park is also very clean. The problem, though, is how close the sites are to each other. Way too close for comfort!! Too costly to not have any room. We won’t be...More
This is the first time we have spent one month in an RV resort. We did not want to leave. The weather at Perdido Key was great and the stay at Perdido Key RV Resort and Marina was even better! All of the staff were...More
We visited the RV park (now known as A & M Perdido Key) with our travel trailer and had a great experience. Very close drive to great public beaches and the pool was nice and warm. The staff members were helpful and friendly. A bonus...More
Spent a week at A&M Perdido in early November to join old friends staying there as fulltime RVers. Great little park with barely 50 spaces. Right on the Intercoastal Waterway, and 5 minutes to an (almost) private beach. Dead level chat spaces with concrete patios...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.