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KOA Sugarloaf Key

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09316_17KOAkeywest251 County Road 939

Sugarloaf Key, FL 33042-0469

(305) 745-3549

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By Water 24.660492, -81.518307

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Come spend the night in an American icon while you enjoy the pleasures of theFlorida Keys at the Sugarloaf Key/Key West KOA! Experience the nostalgia and romance that only an Airstream travel trailer can provide. These special units are fully outfitted and ready for you to enjoy while you experience all that the Keys have to offer. Our Airstream sleeps up to four people, and includes a queen bed and two twin beds. You'll have all of the comforts of home while you say in the world's most unique and recognizable RV - all just a short stroll to the beach, or a short drive toKey West!

Set between the crystal clear Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean, Sugarloaf Key/Key West KOA is a truebeachfront resort. You'll find amenities and activities designed to please everyone in the family, includingecotours and sunset cruises in the Gulf, local fishing and beachside fun at the campground's own water haven. Dine under swaying palm trees and sip frozen margaritas on the waterfront veranda of the campground's pub. Are you a tent camper? The largest tent camping area in the Florida Keys is waiting for you, along with sparkling clean restrooms and hot showers. Even your family pet will have fun at the pet playground specifically designed for them. Ever-appealing Key West lies just 14 miles south. Hop on the campground's shuttle to this funky and historic end of the road, dubbed "the Conch Republic." Walk the narrow streets showcasing Conch architecture-breezy wood houses with lushtropical gardens-once home to pirates, treasure hunters, sailors, novelists like Hemingway and songwriters like Buffett. End the day with a sunset at Mallory Pier.

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Big Pine Key Fishing Lodge

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9054712bigpinefishing33000 Overseas Highway

Big Pine Key, FL

(305) 872-2351

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By Water  24.647950, -81.331470

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There's a congenial atmosphere at this lively family-owned lodge-campground-marina. It's a happy mix of tent campers (who have the fabulous waterfront real estate), RVers (who look pretty permanent), and motel-dwellers who like to mingle at the rooftop pool and challenge each other to a game of poker. Rooms have tile floors, wicker furniture, and doors that allow sea breezes to waft through. A skywalk joins the upper story rooms with the pool and deck. Campsites range from rustic to full hookups. Everything is spotless—even the campground's bathhouse—and the service is good-natured and efficient. The staff will book you a room, sell you bait, or hook you up with a fishing charter. There are plenty of family-oriented activities, so the youngsters will never complain about being bored. Discounts are available for weeklong or longer stays. Pros: local fishing crowd; nice pool; great price. Cons: RV park is too close to motel; deer will eat your food if you're camping. Information provided from fodors.com

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Sunshine Key RV Resort and Marina

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17800585sunshinekey38801 Overseas Hwy

Big Pine Key, Florida  33043

(800) 852-0348

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By Water  24.673216, -81.248643

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Sunshine Key is a unique resort and marina that offers the RV adventurer unprecedented access to a tropical island environment. This 75-acre island provides the perfect gateway to ocean activities or just relaxing at the ocean's edge. The sunsets are as warm as our hospitality, so set sail and head for Sunshine Key!

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Bahia Honda State Park

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BAH-bahiahondabridge-douglaspalosaari36850 Overseas Hwy.

Big Pine Key, Florida 33043

305-872-2353

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By Water  24.656557°, -81.278529

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Henry Flagler's railroad to Key West turned the remote island of Bahia Honda Key into a tropical destination. Today, the island is home to one of Florida's southernmost state parks, known for beautiful beaches, magnificent sunsets, and excellent snorkeling. Visitors can picnic on the beach and take a swim, or simply relax and enjoy the balmy sea breezes that caress the shores year-round. Anglers can fish from shore or bring a boat and launch at the boat ramp. The park's concession rents kayaks and snorkeling gear and offers boat trips to the reef for snorkeling excursions. Bahia Honda is an excellent place to see wading birds and shorebirds. The nature center can introduce nature lovers to the island's unique plants and animals. Full-facility campsites and vacation cabins are available. Located 12 miles south of Marathon.  Camping and cabins available. Photo By Douglas Palosaari.

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