We have really enjoyed our time here in Cedar Keys over the last four days. It was pretty nice weather and fairly warm. We didn't get to do all we wanted to here so we will have to come back.
One day we drove around the town and drove through neighborhoods and along the water as much as we could. We noticed a whole lot of houses for sale. And not surprisingly there are a lot of 'us' here. 'Us' as in snowbirds. This place has a definite small town feel with lots of condos and apartments as well as a number of RV campgrounds. We love just ambling through the town and seeing what we could see...
We drove over to the nearby Cedar RV Resort which is about 100 yards away. It looked like a very nice place and an option next time. Although we like it right here at Anglers RV Campground at site #54. We'd probably come back here if we had the option. Its nothing fancy, a little older, but it has a good mix of old and new and is a very friendly place. And the price is good.
While here, we are hoping to see the museums but were only able to see one. There are two museums in Cedar Keys: The Cedar Keys Historical Museum and the Cedar Key Museum State Park.
It was raining yesterday but since it was our last day, we wanted to check out what we could. Our first stop was the Cedar Key Museum State Park. For a $2 entrance fee it was great!
A Thousand Mile Walk to the Gulf.
We drove over to the Historical Museum but it was closed on Sunday so we will have to wait until next time. However, I invite you to take a look at friends Steve and Karen and their blog GoneByRV to see thoughts on Cedar Keys.
That's some thoughts on our time here - thanks for checking in on the Roadrunner Chronicles!