Indian Key – Who Hasn’t Dreamed of a Private Island

Sorry, this Florida Keys island, Indian Key, isn’t for sale. But you can visit and explore this historic site. Hours: The park is open from 8:00 a.m. until sundown, 365 days a year. Fees: Admission Fee:  $2.50 *per person. *Includes $.50 per person Monroe County Surcharge. Early Indian Key History Beginning in the 18th century, Bahamians and Cubans […]
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5 Must-Stop Island Spots in the Florida Keys – Islamorada

Islamorada Only half an hour south of Key Largo, this is a chain of islands measuring only 20 miles long. The small group is known as the “sports fishing capital of the world,” so for avid adventurers and sports enthusiasts, this is a must-stop spot. Robbie’s of Islamorada is a popular locale, as guests can […]
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Volunteers Fill Gap for Islamorada State Parks

For a little over two decades, Karen Sunderland has helped local state parks fill the financial gap when their budgets fall short. Sunderland, a founding member of Friends of the Islamorada Area State Parks, described the volunteer group’s focus as one geared primarily toward fundraising. The group’s most lucrative project comes during the year-end season of […]
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