Beautiful & Unique Parks in Florida Keys
The Florida Keys is unique in so many ways. Around 113 islands make up the idyllic subtropical archipelago, many linked by the famously scenic Overseas Highway, a must on any Florida road trip.
Key Largo also has an outstanding array of accommodation from five-star resorts to luxurious oceanfront cottages, boutique retreats and budget accommodation to suit all styles.
John Pennekamp State Park
You can take a guided dive or snorkel tour to see the best colourful reefs and marine life and discover the parks highlights such as the underwater bronze statue of Christ.
Bahia Honda State Park
Stroll along the picturesque shoreline or take one of the short hikes in the park. You can hire a kayak and explore the open waters to discover the parks marine life.
Fort Zachary Taylor State Park
The Tropical Hammock Trail and the Fort View nature trail which offers views of the fort from the outside. There is a lovely stretch of beach for swimming and kayaking.
Dry Tortugas National Park
Dry Tortugas National Park is a cluster of seven islands, composed of coral reefs and sand. It lies approx seventy miles west of Key West in the Gulf of Mexico.
San Pedro Underwater Archaeological Preserve State Park
A little over a mile offshore from Indian Key is Florida’s other underwater park.
Indian Key Historic Park
There is some excellent snorkelling off the back of the island with loads of tropical fish. The paddle out will take 15 – 30 minutes depending on the weather and wind.
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