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5 Fun Ecotourism Adventures in Florida’s Lower Keys

The islands that constitute Florida’s lower keys burst with exciting flora and fauna that you won’t likely find on the mainland. You could spend weeks exploring the coves, beaches and dense forests that cover the island shores, not to mention the waters that surround the keys. You’ll also find great Good Sam Parks in the
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Explore Florida’s Bahia Honda Key and National Key Deer Refuge

Florida Keys to adventure — find a spot in the sun. Walk on Florida’s wild side by taking a trip to the Lower Keys, located at the southern portion of the fabled chain of islands that divide the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. Basking in cool breezes and warm sunshine, these gems on
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Welcome to the Lower Keys

This quiet region of small islands stretches from Seven Mile Bridge to Key West at Stock Island.  The islands are home to two national wildlife refuges, a national marine sanctuary and Bahia Honda State Park.  There are family-owned resorts, RV parks, campgrounds, quaint B&B’s, vacation homes, as well as eclectic restaurants, native wilderness and rich
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