Theater of the Sea, established in 1946, is a marine mammal park located in the Village of Islamorada, Florida, United States. It is a tourist attraction located on Windley Key in the Florida Keys. Our mission is to provide a wonderful home for our animals while sharing them with visitors in ways that inspire awareness and sensitivity towards animals, the environment, and conservation issues.Read More
Lignumvitae Key Botanical State Park is a Florida State Park located on 280-acre Lignumvitae Key, one mile west of U.S. 1 at mile marker 78.5, and can only be reached by private boat or tour boat. The park was also added to the National Register of Historic Places on February 16, 1999 under the designation of Lignumvitae Key Archeological and Historical DistrictRead More
Upper Matecumbe Key is an island in the upper Florida Keys. U.S. 1 crosses the key at approximately mile markers 79—83.5, between Windley Key and Lower Matecumbe Key.All of the key is within the Village of Islamorada as of November 4, 1997, when it was incorporated.Read More
Islamorada’s Library Beach is a beautiful family park with a great little beach area. The beach itself does not sit directly on the bay, but on a channel that meanders through the mangroves.There is a current that runs through the channel during rising and falling tides, so keep a close eye on anything that floats, including the little ones!Read More
Founders Park is at the heart of Islamorada and a must-visit for anyone wanting to discover the laid-back approach to life adopted by the local residents. The oceanfront park’s main feature is its gently curving beach with palm trees. Sheltered from the wind and waves, it’s perfect for families with young children. Radiating out from the beach are a range of sporting facilities, marinas, parkland and restaurants.Read More
Islamorada Marina is the Upper Keys newest facility for boat storage and launching. The property, formerly Watermark Marina, has been acquired by the current owners and plans are under way to complete the work in progress. A new three story clubhouse building is currently undergoing final completion stages. New storage racks to accommodate up to 200 boats ranging from 15 to 35 feet in length have been installed and are ready for occupancy.Read More
Experience the energetic vibe of the Downtown Arts District, a lively mix of public art and signature programming throughout The City Beautiful. Leonardo Da Vinci once said, “Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt, and poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen.”Read More
Key Largo is a census-designated place in Monroe County, Florida, United States, located on the island of Key Largo in the upper Florida Keys. The population was 10,433 at the 2010 census. The name comes from the Spanish Cayo Largo, or "long key". It is the first island of the Florida Keys and the originating point of the Overseas Highway to Key West.Key West is an island city in Florida and the county seat of Monroe County. The city boundaries include the island of Key West and several nearby islands, as well as the section of Stock Island north of U.S. Route 1, on the adjacent key just east of the city.Read More
Dolphin Research Center was founded as a nonprofit corporation in 1984 by Jayne Shannon-Rodriguez and Armando "Mandy" Rodriguez. Their goal was to ensure the dolphins had a home here for life, and in doing so to establish a unique education and research facility.Read More
The Turtle Hospital is a small non-profit organization dedicated to the rehabilitation of endangered sea turtles, and is entirely supported by the interest and generosity of people like you.Read More
The Boat Ramp Finder provides descriptive information, maps and photographs for hundreds of public boat ramps throughout Florida. The Find-A-Boat-Ramp menu on the left side of this page provides several options to search for the particular type of boat ramp you want to visit. The Boat Ramp Finder provides information about both publically maintained and commercially maintained boat ramps.Read More
Indian Key Historic State Park is an island within the Florida State Park system, located just a few hundred yards southeast of U.S. 1 within the Florida Keys. The island was briefly inhabited in the middle of the 19th century but is now an uninhabited ghost town. It is frequently visited by tourists and is the subject of an archaeological project to uncover the historic building foundations.
The park was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.