“We have our coral reef eco-system, We have our seabirds behind us,” says Glenn Simpson pointing behind him while looking forward at one of the most remote locations to camp overnight in Florida.Appropriately named Garden Key, you’ll find lush scenery 70 miles west of Key West, long with a primitive campground.Welcome home. At Fort Jefferson, you can rough it at one of a dozen camp sites.”You can’t believe for just three dollars, you can camp on an island that literally looks like Aruba or a fancy place in the Caribbean,” says camper Victoria Pagano.First order of duty upon arrival, get that tent set up before the ferry leaves.

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