Long Key State Recreation Area
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Awesome campground, right on the water, conveniently located half-way to Key West. A had a great time!
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... br> The 50 amp power was good, and although the sites weren't the largest, they weren't too awfully cramped, either.
One night, we drove ~20 minutes to Islamorada to Lorelei on the beach for dinner, which was excellent!
... lasting desire to play with these amazingly intelligent mammals. We then got food at a seafood shack which did amazing scallops and lobsters. After we went to the beach and relaxed for a while before I suggested we went on a nature trail walk. This was not fun! Alone as the only people in the mosquito infested woods we were pretty terrified. The sudden echoes of huge iguanas dashing around made for ...
... off the barge, but barks to be carried onboard across the plank. (He learned how to do that later)Brodie also patrols the breakwall looking for lizards, which he scares into jumping into the water. Great entertainment for all of us! After lunch we did some Re-Con and drove up to Islamorado and found a couple more StateParks to check out.. Then we headed south and went to Sugarloaf Key. It was a great day for a ...
... Easter over here doesn't have the same holidays. Good Friday seemed to be business as usual & even today is Sunday & whilst busy nowhere near as busy as we were expecting for Easter Sunday. We had tried to get into one of the state parks but think you have to book some time ahead to get in so returned home that night Weather has been beautiful the last couple of days, back in summer clothes again & the nights have been much ...
... beaks and snake-like flexible head to impale fish. They are not waterproof like most water-oriented ducks, and do have to spend hours with wings spread out. While admiring anhingas, turkey vultures patrol the parking lots biting away at anything rubber like tires and wiper blades. It is wise to park out of the sun and away from these guys. We spent a long time hiking. Jessica even managed to hike while nursing, something that amazed me. She loves photographing ...
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70001 Overseas Highway, Long Key | 3 star campgroundfrom $123