Long Key State Park
Welcome to Long Key State Park, the 965-acre Florida State Park that holds 60 oceanfront campsites, seemingly endless gorgeous turquoise water views, and a plethora of beach recreation activities throughout.
Long Key State Park has been called a 'tranquil haven for birdwatching, swimming, kayaking, or relaxing on the shoreline' (FSP), this area highly popular for campers and beachgoers alike. While here your group can also snorkel, fish, stargaze, paddle, or hike, the latter of which is a popular activity along the 1.5 mile Golden Orb Nature Trail. See hardwood hammock along this trail, then take a walk along the boardwalk and see red mangroves!
Historically speaking, this spot has always been popular, the area being known as Henry Flagler's Long Key Fishing Camp in the early 20th century. This luxury destination was destroyed in 1935 by a hurricane, though the area's popularity continues on.