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For many years, Long Key has been known as a pristine haven for swimming, fishing, wildlife watching, and good old-fashioned relaxing. Located roughly 40 minutes southwest of Key Largo, Long Key's idyllic location has been drawing leisure seekers from far and wide since the early 1900s.
Today, it's also home to Long Key State Park, a 965-acre oceanfront preserve in beautiful natural surroundings. Fishing, paddling, snorkeling, and swimming are just some of the recreational activities on offer here, and with 60 beachfront campsites available, it's a great spot to spend a few days (or more) in a rental RV.
Given the park's gorgeous location in the Florida Keys, it shouldn't come as a surprise to discover that much of the activity in Long Key State Park takes place on, in, and around the water.
The simplest way to make the most of the park's Atlantic Ocean access is to go for a swim. There are designated areas set aside for anyone wanting to take a dip, and you'll be thankful for their presence during the sweltering summer months. The waters in the park boast the beautiful turquoise tones for which this part of the world is famous. The swimming areas are calm and shallow, which means they're usually suitable for campers of all ages.
If you want to get a taste of what life is like under the water, you'll also find designated snorkeling areas in the park. There's plenty of seagrass covering the sandy bottom. Keep your eyes peeled for fish darting this way and that as you swim by.
For those who'd prefer to stay on top of the water, paddling is another popular pastime in the park. The shallow waters are once again a real asset here, offering paddlers excellent views of the aquatic life just beneath the surface. You can rent kayaks from the Ranger Station, offering a wonderfully relaxing and convenient way to explore the park's beautiful shoreline.
The other main attraction for park visitors is, of course, fishing. With pristine water pretty much everywhere you look, the Florida Keys are best known as one of the best sport fishing destinations anywhere in the world. If you're planning on fishing within the park, please note that there are no boat ramps within the park itself. You'll also need to comply with regulations concerning the size and number of fish you catch, as well as how and when you catch them.
But if you do decide to head out of the park, you won't have to drive very far at all before you find a fishing charter business. There are more than a dozen charter operators within a half-hour drive of the park, so do a little research to find one that can offer the fishing experience you're craving.
If you want to camp in Long Key State Park, search for an RV in Monroe County and find yourself a spot in the park's beautiful campground. Located right next to the beach, the campground boasts 60 campsites with lovely ocean views.
All sites have their own electric and water hookups, but please note that the location of these hookups in between sites means that you'll probably need to bring an extension cord. Each site also gets its own picnic table and a ground grill for cook-outs.
Restrooms and hot showers are easily accessible and are kept clean all year round. RV campers at Long Key State Park can also use the on-site dump station.
Finally, there's good news for animal lovers: leashed pets are welcome in the campground, so you can bring your furry friend with you when you camp in Long Key State Park.
When you're ready to bring your Long Key State Park RV camping adventure to an end, you don't have to head home straight away — there's plenty more to see nearby.
For example, you might want to continue your Florida Keys adventure by making the one-and-a-half-hour journey to Key West, where you'll find some of the best fishing, scuba diving, and snorkeling this side of anywhere. If you'd like to keep exploring the Florida state parks system, Curry Hammock State Park is just 15 minutes away.
Of course, if you'd rather head for the bright lights of a big city, Miami is just 100 miles away. While you're there, be sure to take the kids to a show at the Miami Seaquarium and get a taste of Cuban culture in Little Havana.
Where you head next is entirely up to you, so grab a map and start planning your perfect RV camping vacation in and around the Florida Keys.