As with any other part of Florida, the Florida Keys attracts people looking for a beach. Although most of the beaches in the Florida Keys are fairly small, (you can't have a large beach on an island less than a mile wide), you'll find great snorkeling just offshore on most beaches on the ocean side of the Florida Keys.
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Harry Harris Park &
MM92.5, Key Largo, Florida 305-852-7161
MM86, Islamorada, Florida
Hobie Cat rentals, kayak rentals, BBQ, restrooms, showers
Matecumbe Public Beach
MM73.5, Islamorada, Florida
MM50, Marathon, 305-292-4560.
picnic tables, park, playground, restrooms, covered shelters
Little Duck Key Beach
Picnic shelters and restrooms are available.
Bahia Honda State Park
MM37, Lower Keys, 305-872-2353, 305-872-1127
Marina, dive shop, cabins and camp sites. Great spot for birding.
Sombrero Beach MM 50
Open from sunrise to sunset this public beach offers for swimming, jet skiing, and windsurfing, and facilities include barbecue grills, showers, restrooms, and baseball and volleyball areas. Also allows leashed pets.
Clarence S. Higgs Memorial Beach
1/2 mile west of Smathers Beach on Atlantic Blvd. near the south end of White Street.
Next door is C. B. Harvey Rest Beach Park - Great spot to watch the sunrise, (if anyone gets up that early in Key West).
Fort Zachary Taylor State Park
601 Howard England Way
Picnicking, swimming, snorkeling, and fishing. Cafe on premises also sells sundries.
Just west of the airport on S. Roosevelt Blvd.
Picnic areas, restroom facilities, a volleyball net and water sports.
End of Duval Street.
picnic tables, bathroom facilities are available