|The Pickled Pelican|
We had dinner the first night at Tony's Seafood, renowned for it's World Champion Award Winning Clam Chowder and I can testify, the Chowder is delicious! We ate at The Pickled Pelican another night. They were out of many menu items, but the decor was funky cool and the shrimp I had were good.
As we walked through town, we noticed there were cats wandering everywhere. We we counted about a dozen in one block. They were under bushes, on walls, on benches - wondered if they were a feral colony but they looked well fed and some would approach to be petted.
We stayed at Cedar Key RV Resort, it is a fairly new campground about 6 miles from the town of Cedar Key. I loved it. The sites are wide and are scattered in such a way that they are not on top of each other and every site has a paved pad, patio and picnic table. There is a heated outdoor pool, but it was too chilly to try it. Oddly enough the washers and dryers are outside on a porch, but we have our own washer/dryer combo, so that wasn't an issue. I would definitely stay there again. Cedar Key is about 30 minutes from any inland town and has only one gas station that has diesel and the price is about twenty cents a gallon more than surrounding areas...but when you need fuel, you need fuel!
This guy was hanging around the pier hoping the fishermen would send something his way!
We think it would be a cool place to visit again...in better weather!