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For an unforgettable RV rental vacation, visit the stunning Florida Keys, the southernmost point in the continental United States. There is lots to do and even more to see when you rent an RV near Big Pine Key Fishing Lodge Campground, a magnificent resort on Big Pine Key. The resort is not just an RV park; it doubles as a marina. This versatile campground is located between Key West and Key Largo in the middle of the Florida Keys, a few hours' drive south of Miami.
When you arrive at this sunny Big Pine Key campground, you will want to get settled into your temporary home, with dozens of incredible features to make you feel at ease. The views from this waterfront campground are second to none, with dazzling sunsets and sunrises depending on your campsite or dock space location. You can find campsites of all shapes and sizes to fit your Florida Keys motorhome rental with space to spare, and there are even some sites that have their own docks.
You can go fishing, hiking, swimming, and boating among other things when you stay at this idyllic resort on the water, complete with a refreshing pool, laundry facilities, modern bathrooms and showers, boat ramps grilling stations, a recreation room, an observation deck, a sandy beach, and a playground for the kids.
When you book an RV in Monroe County, there is an endless stream of beaches, conservation areas, and other fabulous parks you can visit without ever having to leave the Florida Keys. Bahia Honda State Park is a brilliant nature park not far from the RV park, easy to reach and even easier to enjoy. This virtually uninhabited island is home to a bevy of different animals and plants, both on land and in the breathtaking coral reefs that surround it. The island has some of the best beaches on the planet, with white sand and azure water perfect for beach strolls and swimming. Hiking, biking, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, and birdwatching make this a can’t-miss spot to check out during your trip.
Farther north, John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park offers campers another chance to see the remarkable natural beauty of the Florida Keys. The park covers both land and sea, known for being one of the first underwater parks in the country. Scuba diving is the main attraction for many, with countless fish, reefs, marine mammals, and even an underwater statue called “Christ of the Abyss” which was placed there in 1962. For even more underwater fun, take the campervan rental up to Biscayne National Park, another marine park covering one of the most spellbinding coral reefs in the hemisphere. This protected area is a paradise for snorkelers and scuba divers, with so much to see.
Everglades National Park is another heavy hitter in the state of Florida, as well as one of the largest parks in the country. This assortment of wetlands, swamps, waterways, estuaries, and pine barrens accounts for a massive chunk of South Florida and is home to alligators, pythons, rare birds, and countless other exotic animal species.
Many of the towns dotting the Florida Keys are tiny in nature, with tiki bars, marinas, beachside restaurants, and pleasant boutiques selling art and local goods, but you might need to do a bit of driving to reach points of interest. The Key West Visitor Center is a great resource for people and first-time visitors to the Florida Keys, with lots of brochures, deals, and ideas for what you can do during your vacation. Dry Tortugas National Park is a historical park on the very tip of the Florida Keys, with epic views, gorgeous coasts to swim or snorkel, and a large fortress to tour. Walk your own private beach or take a guided tour of the fort when you bring your camper rental to this enchanting park at the end of the Florida Keys.
The Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum lets you see the home of legendary writer Ernest Hemingway, where he lived and worked for over a decade. The architecture, lush gardens, book/gift shop, and private tours make this stop more than worth it when you're camping at Big Pine Key Fishing Lodge Campground.
The Seven Mile Bridge is another must-see attraction nearby; it is a brilliant piece of engineering spanning the Caribbean to connect the Florida Keys. The bridge has been in numerous Hollywood productions and is a truly iconic bridge that makes for magical, scenic drives.