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Originally Posted by Ridefreemc View Post
Family owned and run. Great local food. Make sure you bring a big appetite (ha, not hard to do while touring) and look for the Key Lime shake. BTW - the motel I mentioned gave me a voucher for one! The motel has separate bungalows and a cool outdoor area (under a huge Chikee) for hanging out (and you can walk to Mac's). There is a campground a little further north, but mostly RV's - maybe tents?
I have a reservation at John Pennekamp SP in Key Largo, so I'll probably be camping with the RVs. I expect to get some strange stares and questions about my survival skills, carrying so little. I just hope the other "campers" are reasonably quiet, but if not, ear plugs will do the trick.
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