Long Key State Park
Due to campground reconstruction, our main campground is currently closed. However, we have opened a separate area of primitive walk-to tent sites that are available to rent. Please visit ReserveAmerica for details.
Welcome to Long Key State Park
Historically a favorite tourist spot for the rich and well-to-do, Long Key now serves as a tranquil haven for bird-watching, swimming, kayaking or relaxing on the shoreline as you gaze across the Atlantic Ocean.
In the early 20th century, Henry Flagler’s Long Key Fishing Camp was a popular luxury destination along his railroad to Key West. Celebrities and many of the world's best-known salt water anglers of the time fished here, including U.S. presidents and author Zane Grey. The entire facility was destroyed by the Labor Day Hurricane of 1935 and never reopened.
Long Key sustained significant damage from Hurricane Irma in 2017. Efforts still continue to restore the 60 ocean-front campsites. The full-facility campsites were known for their views overlooking the aqua blue waters of the Florida Keys. Please contact the park for the most up-to-date information regarding restoration efforts.
Plan Your Visit
Restoring Long Key State Park Following Hurricane Irma
Long Key State Park Photo Gallery
Mangroves at Long Key
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