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Looking for a cozy resort in the Florida Keys?  Looking for one which will allow you to bring your dogs no matter how big they are?  Then you are looking for the Lookout Lodge Resort in Islamorada, Florida.

he Lookout Lodge Resort is a waterfront hotel with a private “sandy beach area that steps into the waters of Florida Bay”.  There are other nearby public beaches including Anne’s Beach and Founder’s Park.  Anne’s Beach has a boardwalk, a sandy beach, and ocean swimming.  Founder’s Park has a fishing jetty, tennis courts, Olympic-size pool, playground, and a dog park!

Their private marina is certified Clean which means that it has minimal impact to the environment.  If you have your own boat and it is less than 30 feet, ask about their limited docking.  If your boat is bigger, there are several other nearby marinas.  Or if you don’t have a boat you can hire a charter boat or rent a kayak.

Nearby are great places for fishing and diving.  You can do a little offshore fishing, back-country fishing, or reef-based fishing.  Or you can do a little sport diving, reef diving, or even explore a ship wreck.  Nearby diving spots include Cheeca Rocks, Chonch Reef, Crocker Reef, and Hens & Chickens Reef.

The Lookout Lodge Resort has cozy rooms for individuals or groups.  You will have access to a private swimming area.  And if you insist on doing work while on vacation, the Resort has high-speed Internet access.

If you are visiting the Florida Keys, don’t leave your dog at home.  The Lookout Lodge Resort welcomes dogs of all sizes.  All parts of the property are open to them with a special doggie restroom area in the front.  And it is only an extra $20 per night.  For more information, visit their website at www.lookoutlodge.com and take a virtual tour at http://rtvpix.com/RS-8857-8YNAOE-01.

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One Response to “Dog Travel Destination – Lookout Lodge Resort in the Florida Keys”

  1. Debbie783:

    Florida sounds like a really good place to visit right now. I hate the snow!!