- Scenery is one of the main attractions at Long Key Campground. All 60 campsites offer aquamarine ocean views. Australian pines provide a soft bed of needles atop the sandy soil of the shady campground. Between the campsites lies native vegetation that has been reintroduced through the efforts of the Florida Park System. Poisonwood, buttonwood, and gumbo-limbo may be viewed. Dividing the sites from the ocean is a small wooded wall that serves at protection for the threatened sea oats. The park's sites are slender and are defined by wooden logs.
Wading out into the shallows is popular with anglers in search of tarpon, bonefish, or permit. Several trails, including a canoe trail offer a diversion. The beach is slender, but the sunsets and sunrises are fabulous!