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

    Sunshine Key RV Resort in Big Pine Key

    A travel blog entry by adle123 on Apr 06, 2015

    316 photos

    So the next couple of entries will have lots of photos, because we did so much while here at Sunshine Key. We stayed here 3 weeks, left for 3 weeks, and came back for three weeks more. The campground is huge. It is well kept, and has a little bit of everything. There is a pool, tennis courts, horse shoes, basketball court, shuffle board, a marina which has a bait store and cleaning station, laundry room (which was getting new machines as we left), a brand new dock ...

    Driver update/ fishing report

    A travel blog entry by thefarmer3 on Mar 08, 2015

    1 photo

    ... up and down the canal. I caught a few baitfish in the cast net, but have had no luck getting the local fish to bite anything. Had one thing take my bait and run, but it headed straight for mangrove roots and got off. Oh well. Now we are just sitting in the outdoor tiki hut area getting ready for some yummy pasta dinner. Tomorrow is SNUBA in key west. Happy ...

    Sport fishing

    A travel blog entry by pandd on Apr 17, 2014

    5 photos

    ... and then out again with a hand bag with two pound of fish. We went to a restaurant called turtle kraal . When you take your own fish they call it byoc. Bring your own catch and they cook it. We had it three ways. Grilled, blackened and panko crusted. Being america this came with four side dishes..... It was very very nice. Monkey couldnt come on any photos today as he was in 'the hatch' in the bag. It was too full on to get him ...

    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 ...