Big Pine Key

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Travel Blogs from Big Pine Key

Big Pine Key Travel Blogs (58)
Christmas in the Florida Keys, Big Pine Key, United States travel blog

Christmas in the Florida Keys

A travel blog entry by 54theroad

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The Florida Keys are a string of tropical islands stretching off the southern coast of the Florida peninsula. 'Key' is actually Spanish for ‘Island’ and they’re all connected by the ‘Overseas Highway’ which runs all the way ...

Making our way to the Florida Keys, Mile Marker 37 Florida Key’s , United States travel blog

Making our way to the Florida Keys

A travel blog entry by michellendave

5

... again keeps the bugs at bay, very comfy at night. For dinner we drove a few miles north to village of Big Pine where we spotted 2 Key Deer. They are small deer, the size of doberman and indigenous to that area. The next day, we explored the ...

FISH TALES, Bahia Honda, United States travel blog

FISH TALES

A travel blog entry by jodieandandy

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... closer, release it and keep fishing. A minute or so went by and it was about 20 feet from the yak. It was surfacing and I could see the big left wing of a stingray... or was it? No... it was the pectoral (side) fin of a 4 1/2 to 5 foot long shark. I saw ...

February and March 2010 in the Keys, Bahia Honda, United States travel blog

February and March 2010 in the Keys

A travel blog entry by jodieandandy

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... heat and tortuous mosquitoes!  Many men died.  It took many years but finally it got to Key West where the port was deep enough to harbor big ships.  Now the goods could be railed up through Florida and into the cities for great ...

Attractions in Big Pine Key

Big Pine Key Attractions (3)
Bahia Honda State Park and Beach

Bahia Honda State Park and Beach

4.50

36850 Overseas Hwy., Bahia Honda Key Big Pine Key, Florida Keys, Florida, United States

National Key Deer Refuge

National Key Deer Refuge

4.50

28950 Watson Blvd., Big Pine Key, Florida Keys, Florida, United States

Fourteen square mile natural habitat of white tailed Key deer.

Blue Hole

Blue Hole

4.00

Key Deer Boulevard Off U.S. 1, Mile Marker 30 Big Pine Key, Florida Keys, Florida, United States

Key deer, alligators and fish gather at this watering hole, formerly a limestone quarry, where fresh water is layered over salt water.