Florida Keys Things to Do

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  • 1. Parks

    Another park in the upper Keys which I had NOT heard about is Harry Harris Park in Tavernier at M.M. 93.5 which has fishing, swimming basin, children's playground, picnic areas with charcoal grills,...

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  • 2. Key West

    Key West National Wildlife Refuge is located off the western shores of Key West in the Florida Keys in Monroe County Florida. The islands of the refuge contain mostly mangrove habitat, although of...

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  • 3. Dolphins

    Located on Grassy Key, just outside of Marathon, the Dolphin Research Center makes a wonderful stopover for an hour or so as you make your way down the Keys. Home to Atlantic bottlenose dolphins and...

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  • 4. Road Trip

    Big Pine Key is home to the National Key Deer Wildlife Refuge. Be sure to obey the slow speed limit on this island as the Key Deer (about the size of a large dog), roam all parts of the island...

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  • 5. Fishing

    You can imagine, the sea here is teaming with huge fish. You can see them clearly in the water, everywhere. You can eve feed them. We went out on a fishing trip for half a day, and it all looked calm...

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  • 6. Hand Feeding Tarpon at Robbie's of Islamorada

    Hand Feeding Tarpon at Robbie's of Islamorada is great fun. Sure, Robbie's makes a few dollars selling you the fish to feed the Tarpon with, but so what, they...

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  • 7. Stand Up Paddleboarding Florida Keys Kiteboarding

    I went to vacation in Marathon. A great location in the florida keys. I did stand up paddleboarding through Florida Keys Kiteboarding. I did a paddleboard tour...

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  • 8. Glass bottom boat trips

    Glass bottom boat trips are a good way for the water phobic or non-swimmers to see the undersea environment. The Florida Keys have some of the most beautiful...

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  • 9. Islamorada: Hurricane Monument

    Honors those who lost their lives in the September 2, 1935 hurricane. The skeletal bones and cremated remains of the many citizens, visitors, and veterans who...

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  • 10. Seven Mile Bridge

    I measured it in my car; yep it really is 7 miles. You can pull off into a small parking lot and walk the 2.2 miles on the old bridge that runs along the side...

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  • 11. Marathon: Turtle Hospital

    The Turtle Hospital is a really neat way to learn and get close to some turtles. They start the tour with a very nice power point presentation (not boring I...

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  • 12. Key Largo: John Pennekamp Coral Park

    My family and I really wanted to see the Christ of the Deep statue. If you've seen photos, you know what I mean. His arms are stretched out welcoming you to the...

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  • 13. Seven Mile Bridge

    You'll have to drive over it to get to Key West, but you can also stop and have a stroll over part of the original bridge. You can't walk the whole seven miles...

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  • 14. National Key Deer Refuge

    The refuge is home to the endangered Key Deer, which is a subspecies of the common White-tailed Deer. The deer can be seen along the road or in the vegetation...

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  • 15. Florida Keys Wild Bird Center

    Nice little place to check out some local birds, both in captivity and in the wild. They have a Roseate Spoonbill in captivity. There are also tons of Brown...

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  • 16. Duck Key

    If you're interested in checking out how the fortunate live, have a little drive around Duck Key, where you can daydream about sitting on your veranda by the...

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  • 17. Reef Roamer Snorkeling to Pennekamp Park

    We took a trip out to John Pennekamp State Park, on the Reef Roamer Catamaran. We did the sunset snorkel and sail with free champagne and it was the highlight...

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  • 18. Dry Tortugas

    Technically part of the Gulf of Mexico and not the Florida Keys, the Dry Tortugas are located 70 miles SW of Key West and are absolutely stunning. They can be...

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  • 19. Florida Keys - Sailing & Fishing

    Key West is also the main port to plan sailing or fishing trips aound the Florida Keys. Many charter business' are located in the main town of the Keys and...

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  • 20. Florida Keys - Beaches

    Being an chain of islands surrounded by the warm waters of the Straits of Florida many isolated beaches can be found. Some outside hotels or guest houses may...

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  • 21. Florida Keys - Old 7 Mile Bridge

    Many will know this bridge from the James Bond Movie "License to Kill", which was release in 1989 starring Timothy Dalton and Carey Lowell. One classic scene...

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  • 22. Florida Keys - Most Southern Point

    This is the most Southern Point of the continental United States and as far as you will be able to drive anywhere in this vast country. Cuba the current arch...

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  • 23. Florida Keys Key Largo

    This is the first town one will encounter on the drive along US 1 to the Florida Keys. Key Largo is sandwiched between the watery wilderness of the Everglades...

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  • 24. Florida Keys Seven Mile Bridge II

    The present road bridge was constructed from 1979 to 1982. The vast majority of the original bridge still exists, used as fishing piers and access to Pigeon...

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  • 25. Florida Keys Seven Mile Bridge

    The Seven Mile Bridge is well seven miles or or 11.27 kilometers in length. The bridge is dedicated to Bernie C. Papy who was involved in the growth and...

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