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Nice RV campsites, nice brooms, not center staff BUT super strong biting gnats that defy DEET. Unless you have a screen porch, your time will be inside instead of outside. Also, NO visible coral reefs unless you pay $$$ for a 2 hour boat ride...More
Rather expensive snorkeling tours but extremly proffesional and friendly staff. Lovely coral reef and very clear and clean water. This isn't really a place for staying at the beach. I also recommend getting a back country permit for hiking in the forests of Key Largo.
Came here with the sole purpose of SUP. Its a little expensive, more than I usually pay, but were had fun anyways. There is alot of little groves to visit while SUP or kayaking. The park itself is very nice. You can easily spend the...More
Stopped into the Sate Park to see the grounds and scope out a potential trip in the future--it has ample facilities and plenty of help--I guess pricing is average although I would advise bringing your own equipment. Beach area is SMALL and wear foot protection...More
We went for snorkeling with Sea Garden boat. The captain, Brian, and snorkeling instructor, Sara, are warm, welcoming, funny, and caring. You go in a sunny day and you will enjoy it. There were plenty fish and reefs to see and swim along down there.
To rent a kayak, certainly not. I am not certain that they have power boats to rent, but they probably do. In that case, you normally just have to make a very healthy damage deposit in cas you ding a prop (unfortunately... More
To rent a kayak, certainly not. I am not certain that they have power boats to rent, but they probably do. In that case, you normally just have to make a very healthy damage deposit in cas you ding a prop (unfortunately, "been there" because it's easy to do in the Keys).