About Big Pine & Lower Keys
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Those that find Key West too hectic find their way to Big Pine Key, an oasis between the tourist-filled island and South Florida’s cities. Campers will find some friendly visitors stopping by to say hello, the famous Key Deer, an endangered species that call the Lower Keys home. Whether you snorkel, swim, kayak, fish, or just do nothing at all, stop seems to stand still here. It’s a little snapshot into what Florida used to be like.