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Fort De Soto Park is made up of five offshore islands, or 'keys', known as Madelaine Key, St. Jean Key, St. Christopher Key, Bonne Fortune Key and the main island, Mullet Key, which are located at the southern tip of St. Petersburg and are accessible by a toll road from the mainland. There are two swimming areas, North Beach and East Beach, picnic areas and a camping area with a store, restrooms and laundry room. They have a seven-mile, multi-purpose trail, 2ΒΌ mile canoe trail, 800 foot boat ramp and an area to exercise pets. There is a snack bar with gift shop at the fort and a ferry that'll take you to Egmont Key State Park on Egmont Key.

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