Bahia Honda State Park Campgrounds

Address: 36850 Overseas Hwy., Big Pine Key, Florida Keys, Florida, 33043, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 36850 Overseas Hwy., Big Pine Key, is near Bahia Honda State Park and Beach, National Key Deer Refuge, Blue Hole, and Artists in Paradise Gallery.
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    Travel Blogs from Big Pine Key

    Day 6 - Goodbye Keys, on the road again!

    A travel blog entry by thefarmer3 on Mar 11, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... didn't have the time or mobility. Also, the are many places we would like to paddle but the wind wS just too strong the few days we had there and we just didn't get to do what we had hoped. On our next trip, I would like to take a day trip out to the Dry Tortugas and a charter out to the reef, spend more time at the state parks and do a little shopping at some of the cool garden centers we saw along Overseas ...

    Relaxing in The Keys!

    A travel blog entry by danandrach on Nov 27, 2014

    1 comment, 32 photos

    Early morning, 27th November, we arrived at Fort Lauderdale airport and with only little to no sleep we were pretty shattered, but still had a long drive ahead.

    We went to Alamo to pick up our Ford Focus and started the 4hr drive to Big Pine Key in the Florida Keys. Weather was looking good and it was still early so we thought we would get most of the day down there.

    When we hit the start of the Keys it was a very beautiful scenic ...

    A town thats hippy, kitsch and classy

    A travel blog entry by pandd on Apr 16, 2014

    9 photos

    ... got burnt. Picked up loads of niknaks.... Americans had started to behave badly..... Bars full, music and jazz.....drinking on the street... Ah its just broad street on a summer saturday. Plenty of action on the ocean, but ours is tomorrow.....proper ...

    To finish...a few days in paradise

    A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Nov 13, 2012

    4 photos

    ... airport and our flight home getting to London Friday morning.

    The Island Bay resort on Tavernier is a little piece of paradise. 9 bungalows in a line, ours being the last one at the end right on the beach,with the best view. A little private beach, lots of recliners and armchairs..and the water warm enough to swim... even for Peter.

    Here you don't go looking for the wildlife, it comes to you. Iguana waddled up our deck to join us for breakfast ...

    "Wreck Ashore"

    A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom on Apr 19, 2012

    64 photos

    Shipwrecks were the bread and butter of Key West and an average of one ship a week would wreck on the reef. The wreckers would watch the reef night and day from observation towers and also from in their own small vessels. I guess it would be a form of Neighborhood Watch. When a wreck was spotted, the cry of "Wreck Ashore" would echo as men ran to the docks to join the race to the reef. The first man to reach the wreck became the "wrecking ...