Knights Key facts for kids
Prior to the completion of the Key West extension of the Overseas Railroad, Knights Key was the end of the line and a major seaport existed there. A U.S. Post Office was established there in 1908, and operated until June, 1912. A U.S. Coast & Geodetic Survey field report written in 1935-36 states: "The key was named after the original settler and is called locally Knights Key."
The campground and "village" at Knights Key were developed by the Kyle family in the 1960s.
Knights Key was a key filming site in the 1989 James Bond film "Licence to Kill" as well as the 1992 Arnold Schwarzenegger film "True Lies."
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