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Unlike our last visit here, the water was calm enough where we were able to moor at the dock and use the toilets without getting bitten by mosquitoes. There is a small plaque about the history of the island and I believe you are allowed...More
Sailed to Adams Key, picniced, climbed Palm trees for coconuts then hit the water with our paddle boards. Clean rest room facilities, picnic tables under a pavilion. NPS employee lives on island, very nice!
My husband and I took the Island Dreamers tour (permit holder with the NPS) and we stopped here for lunch. There isn't much to do on the island, but it was a nice half hour spot to eat lunch. There are tables beneath a shaded...More
Hubby and I tried to moor our little 16 foot flats boat here today to use the public facilities but current was too strong to stop on the outside of the dock and only park rangers are allowed to bring their boats inside the dock...More