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Area Guide

In the Keys it is common to reference places using mile markers. They start with 127 in Florida City and end with MILE 0 in Key West. Look for the little green signs on the right of the road. Locations are described as either Oceanside or Bayside. The numbers listed below indicate the Mile Markers.

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Florida Keys Wild Bird Sanctuary - 93.6 - Bayside: Wander along a boardwalk through mangrove forest at this wildlife-rehab facility. Free (donation based) Recommend

Casa Mar - 90.7 - Oceanside: Collection of stores, restaurants, paddle-board and kayak rentals, and juice and coffee bar.

Windly Key State Fossil Reef - 85.3 -This is an old quarry where fossilized coral was acquired for use to build the Flagler's Overseas Railroad in the early 1900's. Wander through 8 foot high quarry walls to see ancient coral.


Theater Of The Sea - 84.2 - Established in 1946, its the second oldest marine mammal attraction in the world. It's saltwater lagoon was originally a quarry for Flagler's Overseas Railway. A tourist attraction and pricey.

History Of Diving Museum - 82.9 - Compact, unique museum with relics, exhibits & equipment showcasing the evolution of diving.

Florida Keys Brewing Co. - 81.6 - The upper Keys first brewing company, located in the Morada Way Arts and Cultural District. Funky place with a great ambiance, beer garden and tasty beers!

The Hurricane Monument - 81.6 - Constructed after the devastating "The Great Labor Day Hurricane of 1935" Its worth stopping at the monument and considering the impact of this historic storm.

World Wide Sportsman - 81.5 - Part of the Bass Pro Shop empire, offering wealth of fishing tackle, outdoors gear, boating accessories and clothing. On display is a old replica of a wooden Vessel that Ernest Hemingway once owned. There is also an aquarium displaying local fish.

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Most people do not know the Florida Keys are not know for the beaches. We are known for snorkeling, fishing and diving. Getting out on the water is a must! We have crystal clear waters and lots of wildlife underwater to explore. Another way to interact with wildlife is to rent Kayaks or Paddle boards.

John PennyKamp Coral Reef State Park - 102.6 - Florida State Park includes approximately 70 nautical square miles of Atlantic Ocean waters. First under water park in the united states.

Keys Diver - 99.6 -  Keys Diver offers daily snorkel trips to the Florida Keys Marine Sanctuary and John Pennekamp. They visit the Christ of the Abyss statue.

Captain Slate's Scuba Adventures -90.7-  Glass Bottom Snorkel Boat, Scuba Instruction, Scuba Diving.

Private Fishing Charters

Reef Freak Charters - Please call Tim Hampson at 305-587-9350. YOU WILL CATCH FISH!

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