Where to Stay in the Florida Keys

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Fiesta Key RV Resort

70001 Overseas Highway Long Key, FL 33001

(305) 249-1035

http://www.rvonthego.com/florida/fiesta-key-rv-resort/

Fiesta Key RV Resort is perfect for traveling as a family. With waterfront cottages, renovated villas, rental trailers, and campsites, there’s no shortage of options to stay at while visiting Fiesta Key.

Fiesta Key is located on a 28 acre island that is surrounded by Gulf of Mexico ocean views. They offer full vacation amenities to keep you and your family busy all day, including a pool, pool tables, an onsite-restaurant, tiki huts, and more!


The sunset view at Fiesta Key is one of the best you will come across in the Keys. It’s such a beautiful sight, campers often gather under the big tiki hut on the edge of the water to capture this memory with their families. Locals say you can’t come across a better sunset than at Fiesta Key.

 

Sunshine Key

38801 Overseas Hwy, Big Pine Key, FL 33043

(305) 872-2217

http://www.rvonthego.com/florida/sunshine-key-rv-resort-marina/

Sunshine Key RV Resort and Marina is a unique resort that allows you and your family to experience the tropical island environment. Near Big Pine Key in the lower Florida Keys, Sunshine Key is located on a 75 acre island that provides for the best ocean activities and ultimate relaxation.

With multiple activities throughout the day, Sunshine Key makes for a great destination for families with children. Creative arts and crafts classes, volleyball, kayaking, swimming, and ice cream socials are among the list of things to do here. Be sure to visit the marina early in the morning — Colleen and the crew were able to see multiple manatees hanging out!

Not to mention some of the best food you’ll eat is at the cafe by the pool! We recommend the croissant breakfast sandwich or the Mickey Mouse style pancakes!

 

Some additional tips and fun facts:

  • Kayaking along Fiesta Key’s waterfront is a must. Views of the island from the ocean are breathtaking!
  • Arrive at the sunset early in order to catch the best seat along the waterfront.
  • Ask the locals at Sunshine Key to water the manatees — they drink water straight from the hose!
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