Sugarloaf Key / Key West KOA

Address: 251 County Road 939, Sugarloaf, Florida, 33042-0469, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 251 County Road 939, Sugarloaf, is near South Beach, Skydive Key West, and Seaboots Sportfishing.
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    Travel Blogs from Sugarloaf

    Znajesz, za wosjemset dolara szorty...

    A travel blog entry by olgahinc on May 11, 2015

    3 photos

    ... się niewidzialny. Pewnie tak jak wszędzie ale tutaj jest to bardzo ostentacyjne. Zupełnie inaczej niż w NJC czy w Kanzas. Flexibility - pojęcie rowniez raczej nieznane. Spotkałyśmy Roberta. Mieszka na Florydzie od 13 lat, nagadał się, nagadał i tak nic nie pamietam co i gdzie polecał zobaczyć;) Nuda. Ale słońce dobrze robi na ...

    Day 2 Miami: Key West.

    A travel blog entry by dancenetty on Apr 19, 2015

    1 comment, 50 photos

    ... are in abundance in the reef. Cathryn started feeling quite queezy so went and sat down. Once we started to head back to Key West, sea sickness unfortunately got the better of Cathryn :( Back on land, Cathryn felt a lot better. We headed on the islands old Trolley carts for a 1.5hr guided tour of the island. It was really informative and fun, highlights including seeing Ernest Hemmingways house and see the most southern point of the USA. So much of the island has ...

    Road trip

    A travel blog entry by quaronis on Mar 15, 2015

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... That evening we drove around the island seeing sights and catching up on Nelson news and updates on mutual friends.
    Next day we wandered around downtown and scoped out Duval street winding our way over to the docks by later in the day. They have a boardwalk that skirts the waterfront dock and weaves in and out so you can look at the many boats lining it or look inland at the lovely shops, with tons of interesting looking pubs and restaurants. We chose the ...

    Key west

    A travel blog entry by georgeadams1991 on Jun 17, 2014

    1 photo

    ... fear in all of us. Next thing, we're all swimming and squealing, expecting to feel a sharp tug pulling us down at any moment. After a minute of frantic splashing, we stopped to hear eds description of a 2metre big grey shark. The otters all decided that was enough and climbed aboard to safety. Hoping it was just a reef shark and not an aggressive bull shark/great white, I swam back out in search of the mythical beast. Just as I was giving up, I caught a glimpse of a ...

    Cuckoos, Bulbuls, and Swamphens...Oh My!

    A travel blog entry by kershner on Apr 22, 2013

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... feet away. What happened next surprised everyone!!!! It sat IN THE OPEN for about 20 minutes. Cameras were clicking away at a furious pace...I took this iphone pic off my camera view screen (see below) - the real deal should be pretty good. This was a GREAT get!

    So being greedy, Bob, Julie and I decided to chase a few of the countable exotics in Miami...we headed over to the Kendall neighborhoods and immediately Bob spotted ...