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Curry Hammock State Park

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Curry Hammock State Park, Florida

With hawks soaring overhead and manatees and dolphins swimming below, Curry Hammock State Park is a treasure trove of South Florida wildlife. Kayak through the clear, shallow water around Little Craw Read more...
With hawks soaring overhead and manatees and dolphins swimming below, Curry Hammock State Park is a treasure trove of South Florida wildlife. Kayak through the clear, shallow water around Little Craw Key to spot fish, turtles, and the occasional nurse shark. As part of the South Florida Birding Trail, Curry Hammock also plays host to wading shore birds and majestic raptors. And, of course, there’s the Florida campground staple: racoons. Campsites here are pretty private, so come experience waking up alone beneath clear blue skies, with the crystal water of the Keys just a short walk away. We bet you’ll want to stay for a while.
Curry Hammock State Park Campground
Alyssa
Alyssa: This campground is a lot better than some of the others in the keys! There's enough beach that you can...
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