Long Key State Park is located about half way down the Florida Keys on Long Key. It is known for its sport fishing, especially bonefish, and is surrounded by waters that offer you the chance to try it out. The town of Layton is just north of the park and several other towns on nearby islands are a short drive away. Check out Lignumvitae Key Botanical State Park if Long Key doesn't provide you with enough nature, or do a little snorkeling out in the shallow waters.
There are 60 RV camping sites at Long Key State Park overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. These sites include features such as a grill and tables as well as electrical and water. The maximum length of RV's that the park can hold is 45 feet. If your camper does not have a lot of features, there are three bath houses and bathrooms onsite as well as a dump station. You can book sites at the state park 11 months prior to your arrival.
Long Key State Park
67400 Overseas Highway
Long Key, FL 33001
Within the park you will be able to enjoy many activities. A canoe trail winds through the property, as well as two walking trails. The canoe trail can be accessed with personal boats as well rentals that are available at the park. Guided ranger walks give you an overview of many features of the park, or you could choose to go fishing, swimming or snorkeling.
Around the Area
While camping in Long Key State Park, you will want to venture out and do some of the activities that the Keys have to offer in the area. Boat and jet ski rentals are within a few miles of the park that will allow you to get out on the waters, or you could hire a sport fishing guide service, such as the company Always Enough. Diving is an option, or if you prefer travel to one of the nearby towns for some shopping. For a little excitement, Key West is just a short drive down the road to the south.
Always Enough Sport Fishing
Turn Key Marina
1149 Greenbriar Road
Duck Key, Florida 33050