Long Key State Park
Due to campground reconstruction, all reservations are closed through December 31, 2018. We will keep you up to date on our progress and any changes to reservation status.
Welcome to Long Key State Park
Long ago a favorite tourist spot for the rich and well to do, Long Key now serves as a tranquil haven for birdwatching swimming, kayaking or relaxing on the beach 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 United States presidents and author Zane Grey. The entire facility was destroyed by the Labor Day Hurricane of 1935 and never reopened.
Today, visitors can still spend the night on Long Key—utilizing Long Key State Park's full-service campground—and fish the famous flats. The sixty ocean-front campsites are well known for their views overlooking aqua blue waters of the Florida Keys. Day-use visitors can also fish or choose to hike, kayak, swim, snorkel, bird watch or picnic.
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