This week’s video is full of surprises! We go from murder and mayhem to a cruise on a barge (Beverly Hillbillies style) to a motorcycle ride. Oh, AND we also show you 2 Florida Keys RV parks!

Big Pine Key

We are still moochdocking with our friends in Big Pine Key (thank you, Cathy & Sean!), and we continue our quest to find new activities to share with you. Believe it or not, there is still plenty we haven’t seen and done in the Keys! 😜

We set off on our Lectric eBikes to visit the National Key Deer Refuge (which was closed) and then ride out to Big Pine Key Resort at Mile Marker 33. We looked at this park a few years ago, but they didn’t allow dogs. We are still unsure if they allow pets since the website says, “Questions about bringing your pet? Please call us at 305-872-2351, and we will answer those for you!”  This campground seemed nice and well-maintained, but the sites are pretty tight (a common thing in the Keys) 

Motorcycle and Boat Adventures

While out on our motorcycle, we rode through the Sugarloaf Key KOA, which had just reopened. This park looked nice! They have a ton of amenities, paved sites, full hookups, pull-throughs, and back-in sites, and are dog friendly. The spots are likely very expensive, especially during the winter season.

Our friends invited us for a boat ride on their work “barge” where we had quite the adventure! We anchored the barge off of the closed portion of Bahia Honda State Park. We have never seen this section of the park, as it has been closed since Hurricane Irma for renovations. We had this beach all to ourselves, which was fabulous. We also got a sneak peek of the newly renovated camping sites that are right on the water!

Ghosts and Gravestones (Key West)

Our last activity was a ghost tour on the Ghost and Gravestones trolley. Our “Ghost Host”  was in character and took us on an adventure throughout Key West. She told the tales of numerous murders and deaths that had occurred on the island, and the trolley took us to the locations where they occurred. We really enjoyed this different type of tour and learning more about the history of Key West. 

Next time, we get out on a fishing charter and take a tour of the Oldest House in Key West. Have we mentioned that we love the Florida Keys?!

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