Big Pine Key, Florida
Big Pine Key is not as big as its name makes it seem, but it is big in personality and rich in history. The key started as a homesteading paradise in the mid-1800s. Because of its proximity to Key West, it had a nice market for many goods and services. Farmers and sailors made up most of the population at that time. Salvaging was also a very popular occupation because of the frequent shipwrecks that occurred off of the coast of the middle and lower keys. Because of its relatively smaller population compared to Key Largo and Key Vacca, a permanent railroad station was not built. Instead, Henry Flagler, the railroad’s founder, decided to build a massive fresh water resource in the area. Big Pine Key slowly became more and more populated in the 1900s. It is now a hotspot for fishing, dining, and beautiful Florida Keys scenery.
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