The Florida Keys hosts the only living reef in the continental United States and is considered to some as the diving capital of the world. An initial gateway, John Pennekamp Coral Reef Park is minutes away.
Another unique attraction Key Largo offers is some of the best sport fishing in the world. Our off shore fishing offers plenty of sailfish and dolphin or our back country fishing along the Atlantic shallows will get you tarpon, bonefish, snook or redfish. There are plenty of charter captains and fishing guides, we would be happy to refer one to you. And because of Key Largo's central location, our natural beauty and water lures kayakers, birders and eco-tourists.
Key Largo Attractions:
Atlantic Ocean Key Largo, FL
The Key Largo community had rallied to sink the 510-foot retired Navy ship as the backbone of a new reef ecosystem six miles offshore.
EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK
Everglades, FL 33037
The only ecosystem of its kind in the world, encompasses some 1.4 million acres. Activities include guided tours, canoeing, fish
HARRY HARRIS PARK AND BEACH
Toll Free: 1-888-227-8136
Beach Road, Tavernier, FL 33037
JACOBS AQUATIC CENTER
Phone: (305) 453 - SWIM
3 pool complex located in Key Largo featuring a 25m 8-lane MYRTHA competition pool and an interactive play pool/water park (12-18" deep) with Pirate Ship, "spray" gym, and "beachfront" entry.
JOHN PENNEKAMP CORAL REEF STATE PARK
Phone: (305) 451-6300
102601 Overseas Highway, Mile Marker 102.5 Key Largo, FL 33037
As 1 of Florida's most fascinating natural parks, this preserve includes The Coral Reef Theater, reconstruction of a living reef in a 30,000 gallon aquarium, snorkeling, diving, glassbottom boat tours, kayak, canoe, & other rentals, camping, fishing, etc!
DAGNY JOHNSON KEY LARGO HAMMOCK BOTANICAL STATE
Phone: (305) 451-1202
County Road 905, a half mile north of U.S. 1
FLORIDA KEYS WILD BIRD CENTER
Phone: (305) 852-4486
Located at MM94 Bayside in Tavernier
Take a free tour of our facilities and see the birds of Florida up close. We have Ospreys, Roseate Spoonbills, Brown Pelicans and many other wild birds in our recovery areas.