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Dry Tortugas National Park provides one of the most unique camping experiences in the entire National Park system. The park is about 70 miles west of Key West on a small group of seven islands called the Dry Tortugas. Camping in Dry Tortugas offered on Garden Key in the shadow of the 19th century Fort Jefferson and on a white sand beach with access to incredible snorkeling. During spring break one year, I took a trip on the Yankee Freedom III to spend 3 days camping on a deserted island in the Gulf of Mexico. The islands lack electricity, cell service, and any sort of hotel, but I have been…
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