Key Largo Attractions

Key Largo Florida – Keys attractions and things to do while you’re here.

The African Queen – MM 100 – The original from the movie – for Bogart & Hepburn fans.

Caribbean Cigar Shop & Factory – MM 103

Caribbean Shipwreck Museum – MM 102.6 – Sunken treasure and rare maritime artifacts.

Cow Pens Bird Preserve – MM 90 – Wild Bird Sanctuary

Dolphins Plus – MM 100.5 – Swim with the dolphins!  Also a research center for the benefit of the dolphins and disabled children.

Everglades National Park & Airboat Tours – See the Everglades as the pristine primitive wonderland it is!

Florida Keys Handbag Factory – MM 91.5

Florida Keys Wild Bird Rehabilitation Center – MM 93.5 – Open to the public; rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing injured/orphaned wild birds.

Glass Bottom Boat Tours – MM 100 – Trips daily to explore the underwater world.

Harry Harris County Park – MM 92.5 – Beachfront park with excellent facilities for picnics, fishing, and swimming!

John Pennekamp State Park – MM 102.5 – The first underwater state park in the nation featuring a 120 square mile area of coral reefs, seagrass beds and mangrove swamps as well as a large beach area.  Glass bottom boat tours, beach area, scuba, snorkeling, sailing, fishing, boating, camping and canoeing/kayaking.

Key Largo Princess – MM 100 – Glass bottom boat tours.

Key Largo Undersea Park – MM 103.5 – Home to the world’s only underwater hotel.  Visitors may view a slide presentation of the History of Man and Sea, snorkel in the lagoon and learn about marine research and underwater archeological artifacts.

Jacobs Aquatic Center – 320 Laguna Avenue – 3 pool coomplex featuring a 25m 8 lane MYRTHA competition pool, 24×44 ramp-accessible multipurpose MYRTHA pool and an interactive play pool/water park (12-18″ deep) with Pirate Ship, “spray” gym, and “beachfront” entry.

Spiegel Grove – A large shipwreck approximately five miles offshore from Key Largo on the Atlantic side of the Keys.  This retired Navy ship is one of the largest ships intentionally sunk to create an artificial reef. When the ship was first sunk it rested on its Starboard side and all efforts to right it failed.  During the passage of Hurricane Dennis it was righted and sits upright on the bottom.  She resides at a depth of 134 ft near Dixie Shoals in Key Largo. The depth at the highest point of the ship is 60-65 ft, depending on the tide level.

Dagny Johnson Key Largo Hammock Botanical State Park – County Road 905, 1/2 Mile North of US1.

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