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Way down south... no, further south, you’ll find tropical white sandy beaches and some of the clearest water to touch American shores. If your RV camping trip takes you all the way to the Florida Keys, you’ll be at one of the southernmost points in the entire United States. Halfway between Key West and Key Largo and only an hour and a half away from the Everglade National Park, at mile marker 56.2, you’ll find the Caribbean style town of Marathon, Florida. The scenery is like something from a storybook. The tropical hardwood hammocks make up a majority of the landscape, and the backdrop is palm trees, calm waters, the Gulf of Mexico to the east and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. This quaint town is also home to the beautiful Curry Hammock State Park.
In 1991, Curry Hammock State Park was purchased, along with a few other long stretches of land in the Florida Keys, by Thomas Curry. The park was built to preserve the natural habitat in this area of the Keys. The marine grass around the park plays a crucial role in filtering the water, thereby supporting the lush ecosystem of the nearby reefs and keeping the beaches crystal clear all year long.
If you’re planning an RV camping trip this year, consider Curry Hammock State Park. This place is perfect for swimming, snorkeling, stargazing, and paddling. Rent an RV in Monroe County and soak up the sun!
If a relaxing, tropical beach is the type of atmosphere you’re looking for, this place will not disappoint. The park straddles the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean, and the beaches face the Atlantic side. Grab your snorkel from the RV camper and dive right in. Check the signs to make sure that the water is suitable for swimming on that day. Swim with the amazing tropical fish and discover a whole new world under the sea.
Stargazing is another activity that Curry Hammock State Park campers like to enjoy. There's a local astronomy group that goes out when the stars are at their brightest, and their excursion is open to the public. Take a look up into the sky and see what you can spot!
This rockland hammock landscape is home to a good variety of wildlife that can be observed from the comfort of your campsite. See the endangered white-crowned pigeon in its natural habitat, but please give it its space. Marathon hosts the yearly Florida Keys Birding and Wildlife Festival, and the park is part of the southern section of the Great Florida Birding Trail. See pelicans, osprey, bald eagles, and plovers roaming the grounds.
Boating is another popular pastime at Curry Hammock State Park. Motorized boats aren't allowed, though hand-powered boats are welcomed.
RV campers at Curry Hammock State Park will be able run their equipment on the standard 30 and 50-amp electric hookups. There are no full-hookup sites, but certain spaces can accommodate RVs up to 70 feet long. No sewer hookups are available, but there are composting toilets nearby along with public showers that are ADA-certified and run on solar power.
Reserve your site up to 11 months in advance. This is particularly helpful in the winter months when the park is at its busiest due to the great weather. Your pets are welcome as long as they are under control at all times. Certain sites are ADA-accessible, but not all. Check with the park ranger information booth for specifics. Water and dump stations are available.
Ready to leave the comfort of your motorhome camper and see the Florida Keys like never before? Head over to Marathon and take a helicopter tour of the area. The adventure company which hosts the tours has locations all over Florida, but this tour will glide you right over the ocean where you can see the entirety of the Florida Keys and search for dolphins, manta rays, and sharks.
Or maybe you want to get up-close and personal with the wildlife and learn all about it? The Florida Keys Aquarium Encounters is the perfect place for a bit of research and an experience of a lifetime. This aquarium is interactive and fun for the whole family. Go snorkeling in the aquarium's very own coral reef diving tank to learn about the natural ecosystem around a coral reef. Pet a stingray or hang out in the tank with some friendly nurse sharks. Whatever your plan, Florida Keys Aquarium Encounters has you covered.
If you head just an hour south down the Keys, you’ll eventually reach the southernmost point of the United States: Mile Marker Zero. This has become a destination point for festivals, concerts, barbecues, and general fun. Take a selfie in front of the giant iconic buoy, have a summertime cocktail at one of the bars near the water, or enjoy a night of dancing at any of the live music spots in town.
On your way out of the park, make sure your tank is filled by visiting one of the few gas stations nearby, grab some good grub at one of the local restaurants in Marathon, and then make your way down to Key West or head back up US-1 to the mainland.