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Big Pine Key

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Big Pine Key is made up of about 28 other keys and you will find that there is no lack of things to see and do. Visit Bahia Honda’s beach where you can snorkel, fish, hike or paddle around in a kayak. Want to spend the day on the water? Venture out to Looe Key, one of the top diving and snorkeling spots in the world or try your hand at backcountry mangrove or open ocean fishing.

Back on land, you can visit the weird Bat Tower, the Blue Hole, an abandoned quarry with its share of snakes and alligators or meander on over to the National Key Deer Refuge and catch a glimpse of the tiny 26”-30” tall deer that roam wild.

Travel back in time and enjoy this quiet, laidback group of islands and enjoy the best that nature has to offer.

Suggested Big Pine Key Activities


Did You Know?

No Name Key is known for not being connected to the power grid. Residents mostly use solar energy supplemented by diesel or gas generators which has limited development of the key.

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