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I’ll be in the Flamingo area and Lower Keys (Big Pine) for a month beginning mid-April. The place I’m staying in Big Pine prohibits using their potable water for boat washing and motor flush....I’m guessing since the water is pumped from the mainland. Anyone know of a boat wash/motor flush place in or near Big Pine?

What about Flamingo? I’m guessing there may be a self-service car wash in Homestead? Location?

Thanks in advance.
 

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I’ll be in the Flamingo area and Lower Keys (Big Pine) for a month beginning mid-April. The place I’m staying in Big Pine prohibits using their potable water for boat washing and motor flush....I’m guessing since the water is pumped from the mainland. Anyone know of a boat wash/motor flush place in or near Big Pine?

What about Flamingo? I’m guessing there may be a self-service car wash in Homestead? Location?

Thanks in advance.
Yes. There was a car wash on BP. Have no idea if it exists after the hurricane. The old wooden bridge fishing camp has a garden hose hook up at the ramp. Give them a couple bucks and I would bet you could use it.
 

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Yes. There was a car wash on BP. Have no idea if it exists after the hurricane. The old wooden bridge fishing camp has a garden hose hook up at the ramp. Give them a couple bucks and I would bet you could use it.
Thanks DN....I’ll search it out. Didn’t the Wooden Bridge Fish Camp get whacked by Irma? I think the boat ramp is still serviceable though.
 
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