Florida Keys finally gets its largest RV park back
from Tampa Bay Times
Exactly one year after Hurricane Irma wreaked havoc in the Florida Keys, the island chain's largest RV resort has formally reopened to visitors. Owners of Sunshine Key RV Resort invested millions to rebuild infrastructure and enhance facilities after Irma's storm surge and winds pummeled the 75-acre property Sept. 10, 2017. This week it reopened 100 of its 399 RV sites, as well as new resort amenities. Officials say tourism employs 54 percent of the Florida Keys workforce and is worth about $2.7 billion to its economy.
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