Why choose Key by the Sea?

Keys RV/Mobile Home Condominium Association, Inc. is now "Key by the Sea". We are a member owned residential association.

In September 2004, the member-owners purchased the park.

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Keys RV/Mobile Home Condominium Association, Inc.

This location has been serving transient and long term mobile home residences since the early 1950's. In September 2004, the member-owners purchased the park. They established and incorporated it for the purpose of providing site ownership for the residences. Key RV/Mobile Home Condominium Association is one of the last bastions of affordable housing in the Florida Keys. All rentals and or sales are handled by the individual owners, please do not call the association office regarding rentals as we have nothing to do with rentals or sales.

The association common property includes Atlantic Ocean access via private canal dockage or private canal boat ramp.

Bathhouse There are three bathhouses and full service Laundry facilities located within the park.

The Clubhouse/Recreation Hall is located near the entrance and is used for various functions including: fish fries, community meetings, pot-luck dinners, New Years Eve parties, bingo, dances, board meetings and other get-togethers.
The property also includes an ocean-point waterfront pavilion, with picnic tables, park benches and barbecue. This is a great place for a picnic or just relaxing with friends enjoying a breathtaking view of the Atlantic Ocean. The property is a pet friendly community.

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Florida Keys Weekly Newspapers

20 September 2019

  • Local celebrities agree to play a round of Mad Libs
    Remember MadLibs? They were good fun on long car trips, but also the tools of our elementary school teachers trying to pound into our brains the function and place of nouns, verbs and adjectives. To play MadLibs, one player (in this case it’s the Weekly), prompts the other player (in this case, our three nominees […]
  • An Account from the Ground – What is left behind after Dorian
    By Paul Menta As told to Sarah Thomas  Editor’s Note: Paul Menta returned to Key West on Monday, Sept. 16  from his relief trip to the Bahamas with Robert Spottswood Jr. and Billy Currington. The night before, Sept. 15, Currington’s Bahamas Benefit at Sunset Pier raised $26,111 for the cause. The following is transcribed from […]
  • Opening Hearts and Homes
    When Alysha Kelly found out her husband Colin had orders to move to Key West, she was already thinking about being a foster parent. Alysha reached out to Meghan Burgess at Wesley House about the PRIDE program, which stands for Parent Resources for Information, Development, and Education. The program is a vehicle to prepare and […]
  • Marathon Council candidates gather for informal meet-and-greet with voters
    The Marathon Keys Weekly and the Greater Marathon Chamber of Commerce hosted a meet-and-greet on Sept. 16 for the six candidates competing for three seats on Marathon City Council. Dozens of citizens and a smattering of elected officials — including Monroe County Sheriff Rick Ramsay and Monroe County Commissioner Michelle Coldiron — joined the group […]
  • Top Ten Moments of Existential Dread in the Miami Airport
    ‘Tis the season for locals to get “off the rock.” Generally, that means flying through Miami to get to your final destination. While the mainland has its charms, the Miami airport is generally not one of them. We present: Top Ten Moments of Existential Dread in the Miami Airport 10. When you find yourself playing chicken […]
  • Annual barbecue supports advanced life support training
    Barbecue smells will fill the air in and around the Islamorada Moose Lodge on Saturday, Sept. 21, as chef and Islamorada Fire Chief Terry Abel gets behind the grill for the seventh annual BBQ fundraiser. The annual event, hosted by the Islamorada Firefighters’ Benevolent Association and Islamorada Moose Lodge, supports geriatric and pediatric advanced life […]
  • ’35 storm most powerful ever
    The Category 5 1935 Labor Day Hurricane is still the most powerful storm ever to strike North America. While the killer hurricane accounted for approximately 500 fatalities, the number could have been significantly higher had it not been a holiday weekend. Fortunately, some number of the WWI veterans sent to the Upper Keys (not those […]
  • The Rise & Fall of Commercial Key Lime Crops
    Say “gracias” and tip your hat to Mexico next time a tart and tangy slice of Key lime pie throws a fiesta in your mouth. The Florida Keys may have provided the most marketable name for the dessert made from the juice of Citrus aurantifolia, but none of it would have happened, then or now, […]

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