Key Colony Beach Motel

Address: 441 East Ocean Drive, Key Colony Beach, Florida Keys, Florida, 33051, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 441 East Ocean Drive, Key Colony Beach, is near Captain's Corner Dive Center, Christ of the Deep, Sombrero Reef, and Thunderbolt.
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Travel Blogs from Key Colony Beach

Mass Slaughter in The Everglades

A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Jan 21, 2015

1 comment, 56 photos

... often described as having only two seasons- the wet and the dry. Most hot summer days are punctuated by quenching afternoon thunderstorms that bring life-giving water to the park. Our visit takes place during the middle of the dry season where the water that previously approached the edges of roads and trails has long receded and wildlife watering holes are receding. The benefit of this timing is that birds must now concentrate their feeding in an ever-growing smaller ...

Gators and crocs in the Everglades

A travel blog entry by kathfitzp on Jan 03, 2015

4 photos

... out in the weed. They grow pretty big and have wonderful articulated armour so their only weak spot is right between the eyes. They have a shovel-shaped snout they use to dig holes that fill with water. Fish swim into the hole, birds go for the fish and the alligator gets a nice meal of both. We enjoyed the walk so much we decided to go deeper into the park - to Flamingo at ...

Key West

A travel blog entry by nevans07 on Jul 25, 2014

16 photos

... upon us and when we got back we laughed it off and enjoyed the museum. Later that evening we watched the sun set in the main square before getting some delicious Mexican food. We then left early the next morning for the Everglades on the way stopping at the John Pennekamp Coral reef where we saw lots of marine life on a boat trip including dolphins, turtles, swordfish and many other small colourful ...

Wasting Away Again in Margaritaville

A travel blog entry by gflacke on Jun 08, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

... and sand. The table was blown over and the coffee pot was buried in sand. It closely resembled a FEMA disaster zone. Out on the water several kayaks and smaller fishing boats had come unmoored and were floating aimlessly. Some of the other tent camps looked similarly beaten and destroyed, and even the people who had RVs and campers looked traumatized as they wandered around the flooded campsite. So much for our good luck with the weather.


Jon and I tried our best to ...

Southern Winds

A travel blog entry by ninapennewell on Apr 15, 2014

5 comments, 42 photos

... be fun and we chose Marathon due to its strategic location between Key West and the ICW. We made the usual preparations the night before our departure. Just before we left, we discovered our sailboat friends were leaving for Marathon the same day albeit from a different marina so we made plans to hook up. Because Marathon was too far for either of us to travel in our respective boats at the speed at which we cruised, we all made the decision to anchor overnight in the Little ...