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Shell Mound Campground, Cedar Key
(3.7/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • We got here early in the morning to be sure we were out there when the tide was coming in. Be careful of this because at low tide there is a lot of mud and not much water! We spent about 3 hours explo...  more »
  • Shell mound was constructed starting 6,000 years ago, by native peoples over a period of 3,000 years. The mound is composed of discarded shells, bones and artifacts from the indian culture. Today, the...  more »
  • Well, we tried to check out the shell mound but we got ambushed by horseflies as soon as we stepped out of the car! BRING BUG SPRAY! I didn't know horseflies were that aggressive 
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  • Amazing campground very friendly staff. Great views great fishing. Campsites were very nice and comfortable clean bathrooms and showers. Loved our stay there
  • It was great. The weather was cool and the bugs were not a problem. The web site does not mention rest room. They are single but clean. Good neighbors and the area has good security lights. Beautiful view of water,
  • This place is a complete package for nature lovers. Nice boardwalk, beautiful sunset view, away from city noise and pollution.
  • A nice little laid back park - basic for those of us who savor a simple camping experience! Very friendly people when we were there in March, hosts, too. Walking distance to Shell Mounds on interesting, history laden trails. We will be back.
  • Terrible don't go! I love it and want to make sure there is room when I go.