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Date of Stay:
January, 2018 -
My husband & I were here 10 years ago and called to reserve a small camper site on the bay, where we could see the beach also. To say the new owners were really nice and helpful just doesn't say enough. Once here I felt I wasn't just among new friends, I was among family. Sharky's Bar & Grill has some of the best food I've ever eaten, and their homemade tartar sauce is excellent! Homemade slaw is being made to go with the best shrimp burgers ever! There's special celebrations for so many events at Sharkys that I've lost count. This Sunday is 'Super Bowl Sunday' and being a Pat's fan I'll be there! The people who run it and work there are so polite and fun to be around. The hotel is being renovated and I get to see the progress. Being a huge Key West fan, and all of Fla. I can honestly say that this hotel rivals the best of beach hotels there. Then there's the 'Visitors Center'where you'll meet a lovely young woman, who is great to be around and very knowledgeable about the RV resort and living life 'Down East." You'll also see her at the stables alot, where she & her husband have horses and schedule taking guests on riding trails. The beaches are remarkable for they aren't crowded or commercialized where one can find seashells, go horseback riding, fish, relax, soak up the sun rays, kite surf, go boating, set up your easel and paint the lovely scenery, take the kids, grandkids & great grandbabies knowing they are safe. Got a good post office here as well! Also a laundry room! Looks like we will be staying indefinitely!! It's just that kind place! We camped at Cedar Island RV Park (formerly Driftwood Motel Restaurant & Campground in a Travel Trailer.
You can play pool and video games at Shaky's Bar & Grill, play the jube box, make new friends, eat a delicious meal (if you have never had a Farmer's Burger, you have to try one! 'Yummy!' You can visit the Visitor's Center where you can find gifts & souvenirs, get stamps at the post office to mail letters or postcards to send back home, go to the beach, sit on the docks and fish, Go duck hunting & fishing with very experienced guides, and just relax.