Old Wooden Bridge Fishing Camp

Address: 1791 Bogie Dr, Big Pine Key, Florida Keys, Florida, 33043-5023, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 1791 Bogie Dr, Big Pine Key, is near Bahia Honda State Park and Beach, National Key Deer Refuge, Blue Hole, and SpaTerre at Little Palm Island Resort.
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        Travel Blogs from Big Pine Key

        The Southernmost Point

        A travel blog entry by gill.peterhosie on Sep 15, 2015

        38 photos

        ... a hotel for just one night only. However, luck was on our side and I scored a cancellation of a site at Bahia Honda State Park for half the nightly cost of other sites. The park is considered to have one of the best beaches in the area and as we could get a site with power and water we could still use the very necessary air conditioning. Bahia Honda has extensive sandy beaches and swimming and snorkelling are very popular. The water was so warm that even I got in at ...

        Day 10: mini golf and maintenance

        A travel blog entry by catblake34 on Sep 10, 2015

        ... golf, well a round of mini golf. As it was still pushing 40 degrees, we were obviously the only people playing...but play we did. We were both pretty terrible, but Danielle was slightly less terrible and won the day (and a sno cone courtesy of the gracious loser). It was then time to carry out some much needed maintenance, so we headed to the local nail bar. What followed was one of the most amusing pedicure ...

        Day 8: sailing the ocean blue

        A travel blog entry by catblake34 on Sep 08, 2015

        ... with the sails up anyway - which gave Cat a chance to take charge of the helm. We were accompanied by a few dolphins surfing the bow wave for a while as well.

        After arriving back in the marina, it was time to hit the road again. So we headed north up to Big Pine Key, where we were staying in a house based in the middle of the Key Deer reserve. Key Deer being a small species of ...

        Driver update/ fishing report

        A travel blog entry by thefarmer3 on Mar 08, 2015

        1 photo

        ... to get into). After a little generator snafu, we headed over to Bluewater key resort - which is awesome! The two people at check in drove us to our space and gave us specific directions and help to back in perfectly. I felt like I was piloting a jumbo jet - all they needed was orange cones in their hands to make it perfect. We got out all the toys and took ...

        Relaxing in The Keys!

        A travel blog entry by danandrach on Nov 27, 2014

        1 comment, 32 photos

        ... many channels and little islands and the amazing 7-mile bridge south of Marathon. The ocean around us was very choppy but a gorgeous blue colour, the islands were full of lush greenery and expensive houses lined the waterfront with private yachts. Very nice!

        When we reached the Big Pine Key we located our lovely little unit in the middle of a Deer Refuge. We had a two-bedroom apartment with a full kitchen and it was peaceful and ...