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We are located at Mile Marker 98.8 in beautiful Key Largo in the median. Our number is 305-451-1333 if you have any questions. We would love to hear from you!  Join us for a day of fun in the islands in Paradise.  Meet our friendly members.


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 Bob Skasko




Every Moose Lodge has a set of officers that have various duties to do to help make the club the best it can be. Our club has a group of great guys that make things run as smooth as possible.

Maybe somewhere along the way you have met one of them or they have even been to your lodge at one time.

Meet our Officers.

Officers for 2016 / 2017
Ben Hughes

Jr. Governor Vacent
Prelate Bob Balaam

Jr. Past Gov


Treasurer Robert Skasko
3yr Trustee Kenny Mathaler

2yr Trustee

Vincent Hansen

1yr Trustee Timothy Reynolds

2287 Lunch Menu - 11Am to 4PM


$3.50 / w/Fries $6.50

$3.75  w/FF $5.25
Chicken Breast
Fish Sandwitch

Hamburger / Cheeseburger
 Grilled Cheese

 Shrimp w FF


Jalapeno Poppers
$4.00 w/Fries $5.00
Mozzarrella Cheese Sticks
Clam Strips
$3.75 w/Fries $5.00
Jumbo Hot Dog
$2.50 w/Fries $4.00
Deep Fried Mushrooms
Onion Rings
French Fries  16 oz.

Check for Daily Specials


As the Governor, I'm here to help our Lodge in any capacity possible.

All of our Volunteers are a God-send, however more would be greatly appreciated! -  (We need to relieve and spare the volunteers who  are so over-worked).

The Governors job is no different than any other members' job.

We are here as a non-profit organization to help Moose Heart, Moose Haven and our Community.

I will do my part as Governor, but please help us by doing your part.

I look forward to working with the  W.O.T.M.   and creating a good repoire with them.


Pilgrim Joe L Heard - Passed

Fellowship:  Lyle Speidel

Fellowship:  Max Trent

Fellowship: Lynn Carpenter

Fellowship: Ron Sandamore

Mile Markers in the Florida Keys

Mile Markers (MM) are a relative location of a site in reference to the number

of miles north of Key West. The business center of unincorporated Key Largo is at

about MM 100; therefore, about 100 miles northeast of Key West. The Florida DOT

tries to maintain small rectangular green with white number mile marker signs every

mile on both sides of the highway.


Generally except Marathon, addresses along the highway is the MM expressed as

a four, five or six digit number. For example, a business with an address of

100511 Overseas Highway would located at about MM 100.5. If the extreme right

digit (least significant) number is an even number, it is on the west or Bay/Gulf side.

If an odd number it is on the east of ocean side.



Subtracting two MM's gives the approximate number of miles between two

known locations.


If the MM's are getting smaller, one is traveling south or southwest. These are

listed from north to south. Note: the farther south in the Keys one is, the more east and

west the highway runs.


Business/commercial location may change or even disappear.

I assume this practice began with Henry Flagler who numbered every mile of

railroad beginning at Jacksonville and ending at Key West. They were white and

black concrete Mile Post signs along therailroad track and on the printed timetables.

This list of MM's are approximate as I have recorded them.


127.5 = Florida City - Junction with Fla. Turnpike and U.S. 1..

126.5 = Junction U.S. 1 with CR-905 to/from Card Sound Bridge and Ocean

Reef Club, Oceanside. Also an alternate route, $1.00 bridge toll, if southbound.

126.0 = End/Begin two-lane " 18 Mile Stretch." If southbound, please drive carefully.

123.5 = Florida Sand and Gravel site, Oceanside

123.0 = Dade Correctional Institution, gulfside

118.0 to 121.0 = Four-lane passing zone

119.5 = Dirt road turn-off, gulfside

116.3 = C-l 11 Aerojet canal bridge

114.1 = to 116.0 Four-lane passing area.

114.0 = South Dade Marina & boat storage, Oceanside

112.5 = MONROE COUNTY LINE - Leave Dade County if southbound.

110.8 = FKAA Water Pump Station, Oceanside. Little Black Water Sound Boat

Ramp, gulfside

109.3 = Osprey bird nest, Oceanside

108.0 = Osprey nest, Oceanside.

107.2 = Jewfish Creek drawbridge. Exit/enter Key Largo. Begin "18-Mile

Stretch." If northbound, please drive carefully.

106.6 = Lake Surprise

106.5 = Card Sound Bridge turnoff to/from Ocean Reef via CR 905 Oceanside. Also an

alternate route, $1.00 bridge toll, northbound to Homestead.

If taking CR905, the following MM's apply and are labeled "C". At C-5

facility. At C-7 oceanside is the former Carysfort Campground. At C-7.5 soundside

was the former Nike missile launch site. At C-8.5 oceanside is the remains of the Nike

missile radar site. At C-9.25 is a three way stop. Straight goes to the Anglers and

Ocean Reef Clubs gated communities. Left goes across the Cardsound toll bridge to

Homestead. At C-l 1 to the left is the Ocean Reef Club. Now back to MM's.

106.0 = Key Largo Chamber of Commerce, gulfside; FKEC Power sub-station oceanside

105.9 = County Animal shelter, oceanside

105.6 = The location of the railroad depot and the center of the community of Key

Largo from about 1910 to 1940. The depot was in the highway median.

The community was gulfside.

105.5 = St. Justin Catholic Church, gulfside

105.4 = Winn-Dixie Shopping Center, gulfside

105.3 = Stillwright Point community entrance, gulfside

105.0 = Cracked Conch Restaurant, oceanside

104.8 = Key Largo Elem. School, oceanside

104.5 = Taylor Creek Village, oceanside; Tamarind Park, gulfside

104.1 = Caribbean Club, gulfside. The setfor the 1948 movie Key Largo was

modeled for this location.

104.0 = Big Chill Restaurant, gulfside

103.5 = The 1920s Key Largo Rock Castle, End of Oceana Drive, Oceanside.

103.4 - Marvin Adams Waterway Bridge

(The Cut), a canal that connects Atlantic to Florida Bay

103.8 = Central (Pink) Plaza Shop Center, gulfside

102.8 = John Pennekamp State Park entrance, oceanside

102.5 = Riva Boat Sales, gulfside

102.0 = Telephone microwave towers, gulfside

101.5 = Tarpon Basin Road, Key Largo Library, Tradewinds Shopping center, oceanside

101.2 = Hibiscus Park, Oceanside. The wasthe center of the 1880s community of Newport.

101.0 = Island Market Flea Market, Colusa Trailer Park, gulfside

99.8 = Key Largo Post Office- ZIP 33037, gulfside

99.5 = Waldorf Plaza, oceanside.

98.0 = Landings of Largo, gulfside; Moose Lodge Center of Highway; Everglades Park Ranger

Station, gulfside. 1st Baptist Church, oceanside; Shell World

(center road); Rock Harbor Club, gulfside.

95 to 100 = This was the early community of Rock Harbor. A small railroad depot was also here.

97.0 = Westin Hotel, gulfside

96.0 = Silver Shores community, oceanside; Winken Blinkin and Nod

Estates, oceanside. Buttonwood Bay gulfside

95.3 = Key Largo Ocean Resorts, oceanside. Key Largo Prof. Center., Gulfside

95.2 = Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary building.

94.8 = Seaside community, oceanside. The1900s Thompson line packing house was in

this area.

94.0 = Red Cross Center, gulfside; Glander Boats oceanside, Sunset Hammock,


93.8 = Wild Bird Center, gulfside

93.1 = Hammer Point community, WFKZ Radio tower and offices, gulfside.

92.9 = Jewish Center, oceanside

92.8 = Burton Memorial United Methodist Church, oceanside

92.6 = Burton Drive, Harry Harris Park oceanside. The early community of Planter

included the park area, but the community center was about 1,000 feet south.

92.2 = BPOE Lodge, Bank of America, gulfside; Driftwood Trailer Park, oceanside

91.9 = Old Tavemier Post office; Old Settlers Park, oceanside Tavemier Hotel,

oceanside. This was the center of the early community of Tavemier. Its depot was in

the median just south of the post office.

91.8 = Reporter Newspaper; FKEC Power Station, Oceanside; FKAA, gulfside

91.3 = Tavemier Town Shopping Center, Mariners Hospital, Post Office - ZIP 33070, gulfside

91.0 = Tavemier Creek Bridge; enter Islamorada; Tavemier Creek Marina,

Plantation Marina, gulfside

90.8 = Turek Building, gulfside

90.1 = Plantation Key Colony community entrance, gulfside; Immanuel Lutheran

Church, oceanside. A large Indian moundexisted in the center of the subdivision.

90.05 = End 4-lane highway if going south.

90.0 = Coral Isles Church; Coral Shores High School, Oceanside;

Plantation Key Elementary School

89.5 = San Pedro Catholic Church, gulfside

88.5 = Plantation Key Government Center, Sheriff, Courthouse, Building/Zoning/Tax

Collector/ Assessor; Convalescent and Children's Center; Old Mariner's Hospital, gulfside

88.0 = Futura Yacht Club, gulfside; Plaza 88; Plantation Key Professional Building, oceanside

87.5 = St. James Fisherman Episcopal Church, Executive Bay Club, Gulfside

87.0 = Founders Park (Plantation Yacht Harbor), gulfside

86.8 = Treasure Village, Oceanside; Rainbarrel, gulfside

86.0 = Weigh station for trucks, oceanside WXOS Radio station and tower.

Venetian Shores subdivision

85.5 = Snake Creek Draw Bridge; Coast Guard Station, gulfside Enter Windley Key

85.3 = Windley Key State Fossil Reef Geological Site, gulfside

84.3 = This was the center of thecommunity of Quarry that thrived during

the construction of the railroad.

84.2 = Theater of the Sea; Holiday Isle Resort oceanside.

84.0 = Whale Harbor Bridge.

83.4 = Island Christian School, gulfside; Whale Harbor Inn, oceanside

82.2 = Islamorada Chamber of Commerce Red Caboose

82.6 = Islamorada Post Office- ZIP 33036, oceanside

81.5 = Islamorada Library and park, gulfside; Hurricane Memorial; Cheeca

Lodge, Oceanside. The library wasconstructed as a Hurricane Refuge School

after the 1935 Hurricane. During construction, the Florida Keys Memorial,

know as the Hurricane Monument, was also constructed and dedicated.

81.2 = Worldwide Sportsman; gulfside; Moose Lodge

81.3 = Green Turtle Inn; Oceanside. Part of the structure survived the 1935Hurricane.

80.0 = Roadside park, gulfside

79.8 = Tea Table Relief Bridge. ; Bud and Mary's, oceanside.

The northapproach washed out during Hurricane Donna, 1960.

79.1 = Tea Table Channel Bridge

78.0 = Indian Key Bridge. Lignumvitae Key Botanical Site (State) gulfside in

distance. Lignumvitae Key Boat Ramp gulfside; Indian Key Archaeological Site,

San Pedro Underwater State Park and Alligator Lighthouse, oceanside at a

distance. This is area is of historic significance. The islands of Indian Key,

Lignumvitae Key and Alligator Lighthouseare prominent artifacts.

77.1 = Lignumvitae Bridge

77.0 = Robbie's Marina, gulfside; Star of the Sea motel, oceanside

74.0 = Angelo's Country Store, Port Antigua community, gulfside

74.3 = Safety Harbor community entrance, gulfside

73.6 = Boy Scouts Sea Base, gulfside; Calusa Cove Marina. Oceanside. Gulfside

was the location of Camp 3 for the WW-1veterans. Many perished in the 1935


73.4 = Anne's Beach, Oceanside. Gulfside is Veteran's Island, which is the grown over

approach to the veteran's bridge piers.

73.0 = Off shore on the gulfside can be seen the remains (8) of the concrete bridge

piling built by the WW-1 veterans.

72.8 = Apogee of Channel #2 bridge

71.8 = Craig Key. Rowland Craig built hisresort of Craig at the north end of this

railroad fill. The drawbridge tender for the Channel 5 railroad bridge lived at the

south end.

71.4 = Apogee of Channel #5 bridge

70.0 = Fiesta Key KOA and FKAA pumping station

68.9 = Tower, oceanside

68.5 = Layton, Long Key Post Office - ZIP 33001

68.0 = Solid waste transfer station

67.5 = Long Key State Park, Oceanside

66.0 = Outdoor Resorts camp ground

65.8 = Henry Flagler's Long Key Fishing Camp occupied the southwest end of Long

Key. American author, Zane Grey, vacationed and wrote while at this location

in the early 1900s.

64.0 = Middle of Long Key Bridge, If southbound, entering the Middle Keys.

62.9 = Conch Key, fire station

62.2 = Walker's Island (Little Conch Key)

61.2 = Tom's Harbor Cut Bridge

61.1 = Entrance to Duck Key; Hawk's Cay resort, Oceanside

60.6 = Toni's Harbor Channel Bridge

59.9 = Enter/leave City of Marathon

58.9 = Grassy Key, Dolphin Research Center

56.2 = Curry Hammock State Park

54.6 = Coco Plum

54.5 = Begin/end 4-lane

53.5 = Entrance to Village of Key Colony Beach, Oceanside

53.1 = Vaca Cut Bridge, entering the business district of Marathon next 8 miles.

52.0 = Marathon County Airport, bayside

50.0 = Museum of Natural History, Crane Hammock, gulfside; Shopping; High

School; Sombrero Beach, oceanside

48.7 = Fisherman's Hospital, Oceanside; Library, Sheriffs substation, Oceanside; Fla

Highway Patrol, FKAA bayside;

48.3 = Post Office ZIP 33050 oceanside.

48.0 = Coast Guard, gulfside; turnoff to Boot Key.

47.5 = Knight's Key

47.0 = Begin/end of Seven Mile Bridge, Marathon City limits. To Pigeon Key (old

7-Mile Bridge), gulfside. Pigeon Key

44.8 = Pigeon Key, gulf side

43.9 = Moser Channel, apogee of Seven-Mile Bridge. Sombrero Light House

seen at a distance, oceanside

41.7 = End of original steel truss railroad bridge and begin concrete arch bridge

40.0 = End/begin Seven Mile Bridge

39.9 = Veterans Memorial Park, oceanside

39.5 = Missouri-Little Duck Channel Bridge

39.0 = Ohio-Missouri Channel Bridge

38.8 = Sunshine Key Trailer Park

38.7 = Ohio- Bahia Honda Channel Bridge

37.0 = Begin/end a short section of 4-lane highway.

36.8 = Bahia Honda State Park entrance, oceanside.

36.0 = Bahia Honda Bridge (4-lanes) old railroad camelback bridge, ocean

35.0 = End/begin 4-lane

34.7 = Steel Tower

34.5 = Translator TV tower site, gulfside.

34.5 = Girl Scout Camp, oceanside.

34.1 = Camp Sawyer, Boy Scouts, oceanside.

34.0 = West Summerland Key

33.0 = Spanish Harbor Bridge west end. This potion cut away for good cross-section view.

31.0 = Lower Keys Chamber of Commerce, OldF.E.C. railway marker, oceanside

30.2 = Big Pine Key traffic stop light; gulf to Key Deer Rd. and Wilder Road.

Shopping Ctr, Prison, Preserve, No Name Key turnoff, gulfside. Continue to No Name Pub,

if you can find it. Bogie Channel Bridge (Old Wooden Fishing Bridge)

Camp Big Pine Fishing Lodge on oceanside before bridge.

30.0 = USPO- ZIP 33043

29.3 = North Pine Channel Bridge

28.1 = Little Torch Key.

28.0 = Torch Channel Bridge

27.9 = Middle Torch Key. Entrance to Big

Torch Key, turnoff gulfside.

27.7 = Torch-Ramrod Channel Bridge

27.0 = Aqueduct Authority on Ramrod Key, oceanside

26.6 = South Pine Channel Bridge, east end of bridge, oceanside

27.0 = Ramrod Key.

26.0 = Niles Channel Bridge, middle.

25.5 = East end of bridge, oceanside.

25.0 - 24.0 = Summerland Key community

24.8 = Summerland Key Post Office - ZIP 33042

24.0 = Summerland Key Sea Base

23.5 = Kemp Channel Bridge, east end of bridge, oceanside.

21.5 = Cudjoe Key Transfer station

21.0 = Cudjoe Key Subdivision on oceanside. U.S. Navy "Fat Albert" site, gulfside

20.2 = Bow Channel Bridge to Sugarloaf Key.

20.0 = Mangrove Momma's gulfside, KOA Campground oeeanside

19.3 = Crane Blvd. to gulfside, Sugarloaf School

18.6 = Upper Sugarloaf Key

18.8 = Park Channel Bridge

18.5 = Park Key Landfill

17.8 = North Harris Channel Bridge

17.6 = Harris Gap Channel Bridge

17.5 = Lower Sugarloaf Key

17.0 = Blinking light, Sugarloaf Blvd

ocean, gulfside; Sugarloaf Airport and Bat Tower.

Before blinking 1 light, Gulfside to

Sugarloaf Vol. Fire Dep't, Gulfside.

16.3 = Harris Channel Bridge

15.8 = Lower Sugarloaf Channel Bridge

Now Radio Marti. Bay Point Park.

14.6 = Saddlebunch #2 Bridge, Bay Point

Subdivision entrance, Oceanside

Saddlebunch Shrs./Bluewater Dr., ocean.

13.1 = Saddlebunch #4 Bridge

12.8 = Saddlebunch #5 Bridge

11.4 = Shark Channel Bridge

11.2 = Shark Key

11.0 = Big Coppitt Boat Ramp, oceanside.

10.5 = Seaside Park, Fire house; SR 941

AKA Old Boca Chica Road, Ocean, to Geiger Key.

10.4 = Porpoise Point entrance, gulfside

10.0 = Big Coppitt Key

9.7 = Rockland Channel Bridge

9.2 = East Rockland Key

8.5 = Tourist welcome center

8.4 = Begin/end 4-lanes

8.0 = NAS Boca Chica Overpass, entrance to N S, ocean.

Turnoff from both directions US-1.

7.0 = Back gate to NAS, closed, oceanside

6.1 = Boca Chica bridge, middle

5.2 = Key Haven, ocean turnoff

5.0 = Stock Island, gulf turnout to Jr. College Road: Dump,

FKMH, FKCC, Golf Course, jail

4.1 = Cow Key Channel Bridge and bear right for

N. Roosevelt; Truman Avenue, Fort Taylor.

3.9 = Traffic light. End/begin 4-lane. Bear left for Flagler Street;

Airport; Martello Towers, Higgs Beach and Casa Marina.

3.0 = Sears Town shopping plaza

2.3 = Salt Run Bridge, N. Roosevelt, Key West

1.7 = Palm Ave; U.S.C.G. Group; NAS Trumbo

1.0 = About South Street

0.0 = Jackson Sq. County Seat; Key West Post Office-ZIP 33040

Lodge Phone: 305-451-1333
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Had a wonderful time at the Lodge. Stayed in the room #7. Saved a LOT of money and kept the driving to a minimum. I really enjoyed our Steak Dinner. Can't wait to get back to the Keys and see my friends at 2287!
Ben & Martha from TN - 13 Apr 2011

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