Old Wooden Bridge Fishing Camp

Address: 1791 Bogie Drive, Big Pine Key, Florida Keys, Florida, 33043, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 1791 Bogie Drive, 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

    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 ...

    Party on, Dude

    A travel blog entry by jeff.mann on Oct 19, 2014

    20 photos

    KeyWest is the southern most tip of the United States and is dedicated to partying in all it's fun and "strange" forms. Girls in Brazilian bikinis, 60 year old women getting their chests painted, rickshaws for those who have over indulged, bars with mechanical bull rides and young people getting zombie face painting before they hit the clubs. It ...

    Weekend like no other

    A travel blog entry by sandygill on Dec 15, 2013

    8 photos

    ... The keys are a group of tropical islands, with Key West's southern most tip being only 90 miles from Cuba. They are connected by long bridges over sea, the longest being 7 miles long! I had heard Key West was the most touristy island so decided to stay on Big Pine Key. A local marine biologist hired out a room in her house, which was great as she gave lots of local information as well as lent out her bike. On exploring ...


    A travel blog entry by dryreacher on Sep 17, 2013

    1 photo

    Almost. Drove down from Palm Beach to the Florida Keys, a string of islands connected to the mainland by the "overseas highway" that comprises 40 bridges. The final island, key west, is closer to Cuba than the mainland. But i am not there yet. Have got a tent site on the Bahia Honda Key State Park, the only state park twice voted ...

    Day 7

    A travel blog entry by amesweber on Aug 08, 2013

    Today Bryce woke up with a horrible earache. Amy knew he had swimmers ear but needed to find a doctor for a prescription for some antibiotics and eardrops. Sounds like an easy task but turns out there are only two doctors on the island. We were told that one was an "urgent care" so we went there first. It was 11:45 am and we were told "sorry, we're done for the day". ...