King's Bay Lodge

Address: 506 NW 1st Ave, Crystal River, Florida, 34428, United States | Motel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Crystal River

    The LONG drive home

    A travel blog entry by thefarmer3 on Mar 15, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    Today we slept in a little, packed up and left Crystal Isles RV resort. We stopped in downtown Crystal River for a little souvenir shopping and an early lunch. The only shops open were dive shops, but we found a few things. Lunch was at Crackers by the water. The food was good and it was nice to look out at Kings Bay. Today was the first time the wind has laid off the entire time ...

    Day 10- What I'd Recommend

    A travel blog entry by thefarmer3 on Mar 15, 2015

    1 comment

    ... as close to 3 Sisters Springs as you can, then rent a boat. I had a super fun trip, but here's what I would have changed: - stay longer at WDW - stay longer at Crystal River Things To Do: The Keys - Snuba Trip: Super fun, just do it on a calm day. - Trolley Tour in Key West: Fun to learn about the history, etc. - Key Lime Pie: Duh. ITS PIE!!!!!! - ...

    Day 9 - We found manatees

    A travel blog entry by thefarmer3 on Mar 14, 2015

    12 photos

    ... fell in a few times, at least one of which I thought was on purpose. After lunch on the boat, we repositioned ourselves closer to the middle of the bay and took off in search of Three Sisters Spring. As we head into a neighborhood canal, the water became much clearer. The canal was pretty bust with boats, kayaks and one or two other paddle boarders. We paddled all the way to the end of that canal and it became more of a ...

    Manatee day

    A travel blog entry by kathfitzp on Jan 01, 2015

    7 photos

    ... millions of instructions about what not to do. The manatee sanctuary was just 15 minutes away by slow chuggy boat. Surprisingly, their space is on a man-made canal with lots of houses across the way. There were about half a dozen tourist operators there, plus kayakers and about 30-40 people bobbing about in the river. Most of the manatees were in a roped off area where we couldn't go but ...

    Seekühe / Manatees

    A travel blog entry by diekleine on Dec 27, 2014

    12 photos

    ... ufer des Sees gelangt. Hier ist das Wasser so klar und flach, dass es ein Leichtes ist, Seekühe zu finden, die hier haufenweise auf dem Grund herumliegen. Der Nachteil ist, dass es sich hierbei nicht um einen Geheimtipp handelt und so tummeln sich ab einer gewissen Zeit dutzende Schnorchler und Kajakfahrer in der kleinen Lagune. Zu bestimmten Jahreszeiten ist das Schnorcheln hier nur mit geführten Touren erlaubt (um die Seekühe zu schützen), so dass einem dann auch mal plötzlich ...