Glamping in Florida Keys with fishing

Palm-fringed beaches, island camping getaways, and dazzling coral reefs lie along Florida’s southern tip.

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Key Largo Cottages

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Key Largo, FL
Established in 1999, Paul chose this property because the water is warm and clear, and he thought he was about to retire. He initially purchased a bayside house with 2 extra cottages and 2 sailboats. But as his rental business grew, Paul purchased the surrounding properties as well. Key Lime Sailing Club and Cottages is now known to many sailors and non sailors alike to provide an all inclusive Florida Keys vacation by giving them cottages plus access to sailboats, kayaks, paddle boards, snorkel gear, fishing gear, and bicycles. Bareboat charters, sunset cruises and sailing lessons are also offered.Learn more about this land:The Sailfish is a unit at Key Largo Cottages. We are located on the bay side of Key Largo near some of the best dive/snorkel sites, island excursions, bars, restaurants, and the Everglades. Experience water fun! A stay in one of our cottages comes with unlimited use of our kayaks, canoes, paddle boards, snorkel gear, fishing equipment, and, of course, the use of one of our 22' sailboats, if you have recent sailing experience on keel boats! You won't find a better deal in the Keys! This beautiful, free-standing, "Honeymoon Suite" is the Sailfish, which is right in front of the bay with it's own attached tiki hut that looks over the water. The Sailfish has a 1/4 bath and features a large, completely private outside tiki shower. It has a queen size bay view bed, compact refrigerator, 2-burner stove, cooking and dining utensils, microwave, toaster, and coffee maker with filters. Please note: We don’t provide toiletries; however, we do provide beach towels, bath towels, and linens. This is NOT a dog-friendly cottage. The Sailfish accommodates just 2 adults.
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Glamping in Florida Keys with fishing guide


If your dream camping destination involves white-sand beaches, swaying palms, and ocean views, the Florida Keys will fulfill all your postcard fantasies. Take your pick of islands and spend your days snorkeling and scuba diving along vibrant coral reefs, boating, and fishing along the coast, or kayaking and canoeing at state parks. Camping lets you experience the Keys’ natural landscapes up close, and there are plenty of spots to park your RV, pitch a tent, go glamping, or check into a beachside cabin. The best camping weather is in winter (December-February), while summer campers have high humidity and hurricane season (June-November) to contend with.

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Key Largo & Biscayne

The gateway to the Keys and the self-proclaimed Dive Capital of the World, Key Largo is ground zero for snorkelers and scuba divers. Uncover the underwater wonders at the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, dive the USS Spiegel Grove shipwreck, or take a glass-bottom boat cruise through the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. RV parks and campgrounds dot Key Largo, or head north into Biscayne National Park to pitch your tent at a secluded island campsite reachable only by boat. 

Upper & Middle Keys

A road trip along the Overseas Highway is the only way to explore the Keys, stopping off along the way to discover the six islands of Islamorada, go hiking in Lignumvitae Key Botanical State Park, or enjoy fishing along the coast. Incredible views are guaranteed along the Seven Mile Bridge to Marathon, where you can camp at Curry Hammock State Park.

Lower Keys

If you’re looking to escape the crowds, the tiny islands of the Lower Keys are the perfect spot, where you’ll find tranquil campgrounds and seaside cottages for rent. The public campground at Bahia Honda State Park is a popular choice, where you can swim, snorkel, and stand-up paddleboard at picturesque beaches. Stop by the National Key Deer Refuge at Big Pine Key to fawn over the miniature Key deer, an endangered species. 

Key West & Dry Tortuga

With its colorful conch houses, lively nightlife, and Cuban heritage, Key West is a town like no other, perched at the western tip of the Keys. After visiting the Ernest Hemingway House, watching the sunset from Mallory Square, and bar-hopping along Duval Street, hop on a boat or seaplane to discover the remote Dry Tortugas National Park. Better yet, bring your tent and spend the night.

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