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Your guide to RVing through the Florida Keys

Your guide to RVing through the Florida Keys

Pack your bags and get ready to set off on your next RV adventure! This time we’re showing you the must-see stops throughout the Florida Keys. The beautiful, 120-mile-long Florida Keys island chain is linked to mainland Florida by US 1 – an overseas highway that’s a spectacular sight in and of itself.

Say goodbye to the city as you enter the carefree vibes of these islands!

Below are eight destinations you won’t want to miss as you make your way to Key West.

Lynx Levelers Florida Keys RV


Don’t forget to pack your Lynx Levelers to keep your RV level during your Florida Keys holiday. Our original leveling blocks are durable, lightweight, and a must-have for all your RVing journeys.


John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park

John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park

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This beautiful underwater Florida State Park is perfect for snorkeling or scuba diving in the Keys. You’ll come face-to-face with over 600 types of fish and marine animals. There’s also the opportunity to take glass-bottom boat tours and rent canoes and kayaks to explore the reefs and mangroves.

Mrs. Mac’s Kitchen

Mrs. Mac’s Kitchen

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Built in 1947, this Key Largo eatery is a local landmark that has an extensive menu filled with tons of fresh seafood dishes. They’re most famous for their key lime pie – so, don’t miss out on having a slice!

History of Diving Museum

History of Diving Museum

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Take the chance to learn about the history of this region’s beloved pastime by visiting the largest collection of diving artifacts in the world. The History of Diving Museum contains an impressive assortment of marine items, including bell helmets and armored diving suits from over 30 countries.  

The Turtle Hospital

The Turtle Hospital

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Located in Marathon, the Turtle Hospital is dedicated to the rehabilitation of endangered sea turtles. Take a 90-minute educational tour that features a behind-the-scenes look at the hospital’s facilities – plus you’ll get to feed the adorable permanent residents at the end of your visit.

Pigeon Key

Pigeon Key

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Take a picnic break at the tiny island of Pigeon Key. Found underneath Seven Mile Bridge (one of the longest bridges in the US), this island was a base for the 400 workers who built the Key West extension of Henry Flagler’s Florida East Coast Railway in the early 1900s.

Bahia Honda State Park

Bahia Honda State Park

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Hit the beach at one of the most beautiful beach destinations in Florida! Located on the other end of the Seven Mile Bridge, spend your day here swimming, kayaking, or just hanging out next to the gorgeous, crystal clear waters.

The Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum

The Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum

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Entertain your inner literary fan with a stop at Hemingway’s home, which has been converted into a museum. The famous author lived here from 1931 – 1939, where he wrote both To Have and Have Not and The Snows of Kilimanjaro.

Tower Bar at Turtle Kraals

Tower Bar at Turtle Kraals

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Eat like a local at Turtle Kraals and venture up to Tower Bar located on their second-floor deck for a postcard-worthy view of the sunset. Their menu is filled with fresh-fish options and delicious cocktails to go along with the spectacular view.


Don’t forget to pack your Lynx Levelers to keep your RV level during your Florida Keys holiday. Our original leveling blocks are durable, lightweight, and a must-have for all your RVing journeys.


 

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