Sunset Isle RV Park/Motel

Address: 11850 Southwest State Road 24, Cedar Key, Florida, 32625, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 11850 Southwest State Road 24, Cedar Key, is near Cedar Key Museum State Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Cedar Key

      Bike Trail and Swampys Restaurant.

      A travel blog entry by rvcraigers on Apr 30, 2014

      6 comments, 4 photos

      Today we had a great ride on the new bike trail in Dunnellon with our friends Trish and Steve. It's a total of 5 miles through the forest. So beautiful. The Florida beauty many tourist don't get to see. After, we all met Lynn and Larry at Swampy's on the Rainbow River for lunch.

      Our Nature Coast Landings Vacation Home

      A travel blog entry by rvcraigers on Apr 24, 2014

      6 photos

      Our first stop on our trip is Nature Coast Landings RV Resort in Crystal River. Many of our friends from when we lived here have not yet left for the summer so we are having fun visiting with them. Rocky got his hair cut for the summer. We didn't realize how big his ears were! Looking forward to our stay here at our old home.

      Day One

      A travel blog entry by maxrocks on May 20, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      We sadly left our friends in Windermere at 10am and began our journey. Our first stop was a MacDonald's for a meatless Egg-MacMuffin, but were informed that breakfast had finished 5 minutes ago! Not a good start. Luckily the day progressed much better. We took the smaller roads and drove through Leesburg, an un-exciting place. We than passed through ...

      Where Everybody Knows Your Name

      A travel blog entry by atlpilot36 on Jan 28, 2010

      8 photos

      ... three hours. Afterwards I mapped out that I covered abour 6 miles which isn't bad at all considering how strong the tides were today. The water is only a foot or so deep in many places and the waves breaking behind Atsena Otie were just big enough to keep splashing inside the kayak.

      Needing a break I paddled up to the backside of Atsean Otie and dragged my kayak up on a beach that looked like white sugar. Pretty trees and ...

      Jim & June's Odyssey 091130 - Cedar Key, FL

      A travel blog entry by jimcabay on Nov 30, 2009

      ... 8217;ll pass. Sounds too close to rattlesnake meat to me!

      This has been a very interesting part of the trip. There are so many new things to hear, see and learn. There are five different eco-systems here that are determined by the amount of alkali/salt in the soil, water and air. The variety of vegetation, birds and of course alligators and armadillos make sight seeing an adventure. Clear spring water, murky swamps, ...