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Bahia Honda State Park Beach - Big Pine Key

Spanning more than 500 acres, Bahia Honda State Park is a popular destination in the area among visitors of all ages.  Whether you are looking to snorkel above vibrant reefs or walk along a quiet stretch of sand, you'll find this award-winning beach is the perfect place.  You'll also find kayak rentals, daily snorkeling tours, a snack bar, and gift shop right on site. 

Sombrero Beach - Marathon

Overlooking the shimmering Atlantic, Sombrero Beach offers endless possibilities for recreation and relaxation.  Here, you'll find a shady park complete with picnic tables, volleyball courts, restrooms, and showers. From April to October, Sombrero is home to loggerhead turtles who use the sandy shores as a nesting site; and it is not unusual for visitors to see nests marked off by park officials. 

Higgs' Beach - Key West

From its clear turquoise waters to its beautiful sandy beaches and tropical vegetation, Higgs Beach offers a Civil War Era Fort - Fort West Martello. Activities available include swimming, snorkeling, sunbathing, beach volleyball, tennis, pickleball, and a children's playground. Free parking too! 


Robbie's - Islamorada

Feed the tarpon, fishing, water sports, local arts and crafts, along with a restaurant and bar.  Just watch out for the pelicans! 

Mallory Square's Sunset Celebration - Key West

Where locals and tourists gather to see the sunset  at the end of the U.S.A. Vendors, musicians, and street performers entertain crowds as we celebrate the end of another great day in the Keys.

Papa's Pilar Rum Distillery - Key West

A rum distillery named after Ernest "Papa" Hemingway's boat, Pilar.  Think one part rum tasting, one part historical museum of Hemingway's life in fishing. The Distillery offers tours, classes, and often has live music. Best part: the rum is delicious! 

National Key Deer Refuge - Big Pine Key

This refuge was established in 1957 to protect and preserve in the national interest of the Key Deer.  This refuge contains 9,200 acres of land that includes pine rockland forests, tropical hardware hammocks, wetlands, and mangrove forests.  It is home to 23 endangered plant and animal species. 

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