Fiesta Key RV Resort

70001 Overseas Hwy, Long Key, Florida Keys, Florida, 33001, United States | 3 star campground
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This 3 star campground, located on 70001 Overseas Hwy, Long Key, is near Annie's Beach and Long Key State Recreation Area.
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    Travel Blogs from Long Key

    Safari Cheetah Memories

    A travel blog entry by liz.handwerker on Jan 19, 2013

    Jan. 2013

    We bought the 2005 Safari Cheetah (read: Chitta.
    Rwaaaarrrr) in October 2012, shortly after Dad died. We drove it home
    from Ft. Myers on a sunny Sunday afternoon. After we got it home we
    washed, waxed, cleaned, polished, and spit shined every bit. The first
    opportunity to take it out arose with an available spot at Flamingo
    Campground a few weeks later. Ricky, who had bought our old Fleetwood,
    and his family, ...

    Day 4: Everglades New Years

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Dec 31, 2012

    ... and built for skinny types. Everything else on our list was accounted for by our mindful shopping spree. Shopping at Walmart is like holding breath underwater, but I do like seeing foreing Walmarts. You get a true sense of the local population when you're in a Walmart shopping with the masses. From here we came to fateful corner of Dixie and Palm. Turn left and you end up in Biscayne NP. Go straight ahead and hit Key Largo and maybe key West. Turn right and you end ...

    Boys & their Toys

    A travel blog entry by mikeanddyana on Apr 10, 2012

    5 photos

    ... roads...... the trailer hydraulically tilts lifting one side of the wide craft so that it moves from a horizontal plane to a near vertical one. By doing this, it simply slips into the customised trailer; and is driven home. Now what do you think of that! A boat on its side in a trailer being taken home? What will they think of next?

    So, to end this chapter, there are such marked differences... and there is only ‘The Pond’ separating one set of boys from the ...

    Our home for the Winter

    A travel blog entry by rgtraveller on Jan 02, 2012

    23 photos

    ... brought back a lot of memories of when we lived in Tampa in the early 60s. I was telling Russ I remembered us kids having a huge raft – it was heavy canvas and was about the size of a double blow up mattress, just not as thick. We would get on it and float out to a floating platform where we would spend the day jumping off of it and just hanging out with our cousins and friends while our mom and aunt watched from the ...

    The Eagle

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Aug 04, 2010

    ... the same time as there are breaks in the boat from a past hurricane and the current zips through these breaks.

    We only had a 25 minute dive as we were too deep to spend much more time there. I am very sorry to say that I did not get to see the Goliath Grouper but the other group saw two!! They had descended behind us so were running around the boat about 5 minutes after us. That's all the time needed for ...