Islamorada and The Florida Keys

 Below is a list of some of there favorite spots to see in case you're deciding you've had about enough of a northern winter. 

MM means Milemarker. ( Key West being MM 0 while Miami would be around MM 130) 

 

   Swim with the dolphins / Places to party /   Places to see   / Places to stay / Islamorada  Places to eat (Casual)  

 

/ Places to eat (Fine Dining) /kwest.net / Key West / Other Florida Keys Links

Other Florida Keys Links

Islamorada Chamber of commerce / KWest.Net  /  Florida Keys News Page /

  Florida Keys On-Line Guide/ Key Largo Chamber Home Page

Key Largo Home Page / Key Largo Information / Other Useful Resources

http://www.keysdining.com

 

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Islamorada

Pronounced Eye-la-mor-ada (Spanish for The Purple Isles) is where we have spent the past 8 years 

living and working. Most of the our listings are in and around Islamorada unless otherwise noted. 

After checking out what we have listed try the Islamorada Chamber of commerce or call 800-322-5397

 

 

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Places to see

1.Bahia Honda State Park US 1 MM 37 Oceanside, Big Pine Key 305-872-2353
(The Background you see here was taken at Bahia Honda)


2.Hawks Cay Dolphin Facility US 1 MM 61 Oceanside, Duck Key 305-743-7000


3a. Indian Key Historical Site
, Address: Mile marker 78.5, Islamorada.
Phone: (305) 664-4815.
3b. Lignumvite Botanical Site, Address: Mile marker 78.5, Islamorada.
Phone: (305) 664-4815.
By boat, guided botanical tours.


4.Robbies Marina (Feed the tarpon),MM 77.5 Bayside, Islamorada 305-664-9814


5. Florida Keys Wild Bird Center
Address: 93600 Overseas Highway, Tavernier, Fla., 33070,  Mile Marker 93.6, Bayside
Phone: 305-852-4486  Hours: Dusk to dawn
Cost: Free admission, but donations gladly accepted.

The wild bird center is a bird hospital, education center and wild bird refuge on a five acre site. Injured birds 

are nursed back to health and those with permanent injuries find a new home here. The bird pens are 

within a thickly vegetated area of land, and boardwalks connect the pens. A word of warning: it's very 

smelly here! What goes in the birds is mostly fish; what comes out smells just as bad. But the 

experience of seeing these creatures up close is worth it. Breathe from your mouth and it's bearable.


6.John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park
, Address: Mile marker 102.5, Key Largo.
Phone: (305) 451-1621.
Snorkeling, scuba tours, glass bottom boat tours, swimming and camping.


7.Seven Mile Bridge , MM 40-47, Marathon


8. The Beach At The Moorings, MM 82 Oceanside, Islamorada 305-664-4708


9. World Wide Sportsman, MM 81, Islamorada 305-664-4615

Other attractions and parks in the Upper Keys Compiled by Digital City South Florida Staff
Posted: April 2, 1998

1935 Hurricane Monument
Address:  Mile marker 81.5, Islamorada.......

In 1935 the Islamorada area was struck by a hurricane believed to be the strongest to ever hit 

the United States. The hurricane's 17-foot tidal surge caused between 400 and 500 deaths of

 local residents and World War I veterans who had come to the Keys to build bridges for the Overseas

 Highway.The memorial monument to the victims, dedicated in 1937, has a bas-relief sculpture with

 wind-whipped palm trees and a tidal wave and sits above a crypt which contains the cremated remains

 of many of those who perished. The monument and its Keys map of tiles were recently restored.

 

Caribbean Shipwreck Museum & Research Institute
Address: Mile marker 102.6, Key Largo.
Phone: 305-451-6444.
Sunken treasure and rare maritime artifacts from around the world.

 

Harry Harris Park
Address: Mile marker 92.5, Key Largo.
Phone: (305) 852-7161.
Playground, beach, tidal pool, covered picnic areas with barbecue grills.

 

Long Key State Recreation Area
Address: Mile marker 67.5, Oceanside, on Long Key
Phone: 305-664-4815
Hours: 8 a.m. to sunset daily
Cost: $3.25 per car (up to eight people), plus 50 cents per passenger, Monroe County Surcharge. For pedestrians

 and bicyclists, $1 admission, plus 50 cents, Monroe County Surcharge. Camping rates $23.69/ for non-electric campsite;

 $25.84 for electric sites. Picnic tables, grill, water on electric sites. Water stations across from non electric. 

Reservations accepted, up to 60 days in advance, no more than. Jan-March. No concession, convenience stores, hot and cold showers.

 

Seaside camping, isolated picnic areas and a one-hour nature trail highlight this park, a prime location for 

exploring native subtropical habitats or lazing on the shore under the shade of tall pines

 

Key Largo National Marnie Sanctuary
Address: Key Largo
Phone: (305) 852-7717.
100 square miles of protected waters and reefs next to John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park.

 

Key Largo Undersea Park
Address: Mile marker 103.2, Key Largo.
Phone: (305) 451-2353.
Stay at the world's only underwater hotel, the Jules Undersea Lodge. Dive for a fascinating view of marine 

life and the wreckage of a Spanish Galleon.

 

The African Queen
Address: Holiday Inn docks, Mile Marker 100, Key Largo
Phone: 305-451-2121 (Holiday Inn)

The original "African Queen" boat from the Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall 1951 film. Owner takes boat 

on tour occasionally, call in advance to ensure that it is at the dock.

Rain Barrell
Address: Mile marker 86.7, Plantation Key.
Phone:(305)852-3084.
Paintings, wood carvings, jewelry. Artists and craftspeople working daily.  

 

San Pedro Underwater State Park
Address: Off Indian Key.
Phone:(305) 664-4815.
The site of a 1733 shipwreck. Cannon replicas, trails, coral formations and schools of tropical fish make an 

interesting shallow water dive spot.

 

Somewhere in Time Shipwreck Museum
Address: Mile marker 82.7, Islamorada.
Phone: (305)664-9699
Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. daily
Shipwreck artifacts and jewelry.

 

  Treasure Village
Address: Mile marker 86, Islamorada.
Phone: (305) 852-0511.
Historic Shipwreck Museum.

 

  Windley Key Fossil Reef State Geological Site
Address: Visitor center at mile marker 82.5, Islamorada.
Phone: (305)664-4503

 

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Places to stay

 

1.Paul and Billy's house (We Live in France)
2.Oceania, Lower Matacumbe 800-664-2961
3.Key Lantern, Islamorada 305-664-4572
4.Sunset inn, Islamorada 305-664-3454
5.Long key State Park, Long Key 305-664-4815
6.The Islander, Islamorada 305-
7.Breezy Palms, Islamorada 305-664-2361
8.La Siesta, Islamorada MM 80.5 Islamorada 305-664-2132
9.Kon Tiki , Islamorada 305-664-4702
10.Holiday Isle, Windley Key 305-664-2321
11.Bahia Honda State Park MM 37,Bahia Honda Key 305-873-2353

If you still haven't found something try this:

Accommodations and reservations Service 305-451-1013

 

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Places to party

1.The Lorelei US 1 MM 82.5 Islamorada 305 664-2692
2.The Sand Bar @ Holiday Isle MM 85 Islamorada
3.Woodys And see (Big Dick And The Extenders) MM 82 Islamorada
4.Hawks Channel Bar/ Restaurant US 1 MM 87 Islamorada
5.Hog Heaven
6.The Safari Lounge(Dead animal bar)
7.The Whistle Stop (Woo Woo)
8.Rumrunners @ Holiday Isle

9. Lagoon Saloon Plantation Yacht Harbor

 

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Places to eat (Casual)


1.Lorelei Cabana Bar, Islamorada 305-664-2692
2.Hungry Tarpon , Lower Matacumbe 305-664-0535
3.Papa Joe's Islamorada
4.Hawks Channel, Windley Key
5.Coconut Cove,Windley Key
6.Seven Mile Grill , Marathon
7.Harriett's, Key Largo
8.Islamorada Fish Company, Islamorada 305-664-9271

 

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Places to eat (Fine Dining)

1.Lorelei Grand Slam, Islamorada
2.Bentley's, Islamorada
3.Cheeca Lodge, Islamorada
4.Grove Park Cafe, Islamorada
5.Uncles, Islamorada MM 81 (305-664-4402) *****
6.Old Tavernier, Tavernier
7. The Fish House, Key Largo
8.Snooks, Key Largo
9.Lazy Day's, Islamorada

 

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Key West

Below are a few places we like to hang out when we're in Key West. 

For additional information 

click here on  http://kwest.net  and www.Keywest.com

Bars / Eats / Music / Sailing / Sunset Celebration /

1.Sloppy Joe's
2.Hogs Breath Saloon
3.Margarittaville
4.Schooner Wharf
5.Turtle Crawls
6.Half Shell Raw Bar
7.Ocean Key House at the pier
8.Clancey's
9.The Pier House
10.David Goodman (Songwriter)
11.Randy Lewis (Outta Hand Band)
12.The Survivors (Band)
13.Louie's Backyard
14.Two friend Cafe (Breakfast)
15.Mel Fisher Museum
16.Truman Annex
17.Hemingway House
18.The Fury Catamaran / snorkeling/sailing
19.The Green Parrot
20.Full Moon Saloon
21.Casa Marina
22.Smathers Beach
23."Dominique" The Cat Man @ Mallory Square
24.The Sunset Celebration @ Mallory Square

 

More Attractions in Key West

Compiled by Digital City South Florida Staff
Posted: April 2, 1998

Parks and Beaches
Note: Beaches close at 11 p.m. ; open containers are prohibited in public places and in cars. 

There are fines for littering 

so please keep the beaches clean.

Smathers Beach
Address: S. Roosevelt Blvd., across from the airport.

Higgs Beach
Address: On Atlantic Blvd., between White Street and Reynolds street
Tennis court at this beach

South Beach ( not be confused with South Beach in Miami Beach )
Address: At the end of Duval Street, next to the Southernmost Point

Ft. Zachary TaylorAddress: At the end of Truman Avenue, near the southernmost point.

 

Key West Bike & Scooter 

RentalsKey West Bike & 

Scooter Rentals
Note: Rates will vary. Rentals can go for an hourly, daily, and weekly rate. The rates shown are based upon a 24 hour rental.

 A valid drivers license is required to rent mopeds. You must have license with you at time of rental. Most shops will give you 

a test drive to see that you are able to operate the bike properly. Additionally, a deposit (usually by credit card) 

will be required at the time of rental.

Adventure Scooter & Bike Rental
Address: Nine locations in Key West
Phone: (305) 293-9933
Credit Cards: V, MC, DIS
Rates: $24-$45 single moped/ $55-75 double moped (based upon 24/hr rental).

Bicycle Center
Address: 523 Truman Avenue
Phone: (305) 294-4556
Credit Cards: All major credit cards
Rates: $23/day, $15 additional days (single mopeds only)

Caribbean Scooter Rental
Address: 30-31 North Roosevelt (Howard Johnsons Parking Lot)
Phone: (305) 293-9971
Credit Cards: V, MC, AMEX
Rates: Specials available. $25-65/singles and doubles. Bikes $10/24 hours.

Conch Bike Express
Address: 930B Easton Street, Delivery service - Call for bike
Phone: (305) 294-4318
Credit Cards: All major credit cards
Rates: Single speed cruiser bike - $10/first day, $5/additional days.
Bike and basket included. Free road service available anywhere on island.

Fudge Cycle Bike Shop
Address: 5176 U.S. 1, Stock Island
Phone: (305) 294-7090
Credit Cards: All major credit cards
Rates: Single speed cruiser bike - $10/day, $50/week with credit card deposit.

Keys Moped & Scooter
Address: 523 Truman Avenue
Phone: (305) 294-0399
Credit Cards: All major credit cards
Rates: Single - $23/first day, $15/each additional day.

Key West Moped
Address: 3800 N. Roosevelt
Phone: (305) 296-2324
Credit Cards: All major credit cards
Rates: $25/single, $50/double mopeds.

Moped Hospital
Address: 601 Truman Avenue
Phone: (305) 296-3344
Credit Cards: All major credit cards
Rates: Single $30/first day, $15/thereafter, $99/week; Double $35/first day, $30/thereafter, $199/week.

Scooter Safari
Address: 3706 N. Roosevelt Blvd.
Phone: (305) 294-4420
Credit Cards: V, MC, DIS
Rates: Single $25/day Double $55/day.

Tropical Bicycle & Scooters
Address: 1300 Duval Street
Phone: (305) 294-8136
Credit Cards: All major credit cards
Rates: Single $15-21/day.

 

Key West Boat Charters
Source: Key West Business Guild

Appledore Windjammer Cruises
Address: 201 William St., Key West
Phone: (305) 296-9992
Snorkel trips to the reef, sunset sails with beer, wine & champagne.

Schooner "Clione"
Address: P.O.Box 1874 or 631 Greene St., Key West
Phone: (305) 296-1433
"A classic vessel from the old world," featuring all male gay reef trips with snacks, fresh fruit, lunch. 

Six hr. reef trips including all dive gear. B.Y.O.B. and towel.

Curry Princess
Address: 201 William St., Key West
Phone: (305) 293-1999
Ferryboat that makes three stops around the island for a $10 all-day pass. Other stops include the Hilton and Casamarina Hotels.

Discovery Undersea Tours
Address: 251 Margaret St., Key West
Phone: (305) 293-0099; (800) 262-0099
Fax: (305) 293-0199
2 hour reef tours departing daily. Experience the unique glass viewing room which is under the water. Beer, wine, 

soda and snacks available on board. Call for reservations. Cruises set sail three tiems a day -- 10:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. 

and 6 p.m. Adults are $18 plus tax. Kids 6 and under are free. Kids under 12 ride free on the first trip daily, $12 afterwards.

Escape Cruises
Address: Key West Bight Marina, Key West
Phone: (305) 296-4608
Exclusively gay cruises. Snorkeling trips 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Sunset cruises daily. Call for time. Key West's only gay 

owned and operated party boat. Sunset cruises from 5 - 7 p.m.

Reef Chief
Address: 6810 Front St. Safe Harbor, Key West (North side of the Island)
Phone: (305) 292-1345
See Key West like a native on a classic 65' schooner. Underwater cameras, snorkeling gear, scuba and fishing available. 

Call for seasonal departure times. Rates from $35 - $40.

Restless Native
Address: Land's End Marina, Key West
Phone: (305) 745-5863
Enjoy sailing on a 6 passenger 40' Trimaran. Private reef trips. Half day $50; Full Day $70, sunset trips $25.00, 

Half & Full day include lunch, soft drinks, snorkeling, kayaking and fishing gear. Private cruises are $60 an hour.

Schooner Liberty
Address: 201 Front St. Truman Annex Marina, Key West
Phone: (305) 292-0332
Experience tall ship sailing on a new 80' replica of an 1800's schooner that helped create the rich bounty of Key West. 

Day and night sails. Season runs October through May of each year.

Seaclypse Divers
Address: P.O. Box 2122, Key West
Phone: (305) 296-1975, (800) 626-6396
5-Star PADI dive center. Scuba charters, instruction and equipment. Maximum 6 divers. Divemaster, guided dives.Dive/ Hotel packages. 

Rates are $50 + equipment cost. E-mail Seaclypse @ interserv.com.

Sebago Catamarans
Address: 328 Simonton St., Key West
Phone: (305) 294-5687
Fax: (305) 293-0648
Reef snorkeling adventures, Champagne sunset cruises, offering free beer, wine, soft drinks and parking. 

Located Key West Seaport.

Time Out
Address: Garrison Bight /Harbor Lights Restaurant, Key West
Phone: (305) 304-2128
Powerboat cruising. Daily snorkel trips and private charters. Gay owned and operated.

 

Charter services and airlines flying 

to the Dry Tortugas

Pan Am (Formerly Chalks Airlines)
Phone:(305) 371-8628

Seaplane
Phone:(800) 224-2359 OR (305) 294-6978

For additional information on trips to the Dry Tortugas and how to choose a good charter flight, call the Key West airport at 

(305) 296-7223 or the Key West Chamber of Commerce at (800) 648-6269.

 

 

Key West Public Tennis CourtsKey

 West Public Tennis Courts
Note: The following courts are located at public beaches. This list does not include tennis courts that are part of hotel and 

resort complexes. You should contact your hotel to see if tennis courts are on the premise.

Astro City
Address:Across the street from Higgs Beach, Atlantic Blvd., between White and Reynolds Streets.

Higgs Beach
Address: On Atlantic Blvd., between White Street and Reynolds street

Bayview Park
Address: Located in the middle of town on the corner of Truman and Eisenhower street.

Island City
Address: Truman Avenue
Open to public for a fee.

Key West Tennis Center
Address: Seminole Avenue
Open to public for a fee.

 

Key West Shopping
Source: Key West Business Guild

Shopping - Miscellaneous

Fast Buck Freddie's
Address: 500 Duval St., Key West
Phone: (305) 294-2007
Hours: Sun. - Fri. 10 am - 6 pm., Sat. 10 am - 10 pm
Called "A tropical Bloomingdale's," it's one of Key West's premiere department store.

Flaming Maggie's
Address: 830 Fleming Street
Phone: (305) 294-3931 Fax 294-8658
Hours: Open Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.- 6 p.m.
Key West's alternative book store boasts a wide array of Gay and Lesbian books and magazines, coffee bar. 

Accept all major credit cards, KWBG members 10% discount.

Goldsmith Jewelers
Address: 335 Duval St., Key West
Phone: (305) 294-1243 Fax 296-6119
Hours: Daily 10 am - 7 pm.
Since 1974 - one of the oldest gay owned and operated shops in Key West. Business and life partners for 20 years, J

ohn and Greg specialize in matching rings to symbolize your commitment. Also feature rainbow pride rings, pendants and earrings.

Heavenly Ham
Address: 925 Toppino Drive, Key West
Phone: (305) 292-6444 (800)772-6444
Hours:Tues-Sat 8am-5pm; Closed Sun-Mon
Gourmet retail food, specialty hams and turkey. Gourmet coffees, condiments and candies. 

Pride of Nebraska Steaks, box lunches and party trays.

Hot Hats
Address: 613 Duval St., Key West
Phone: (305) 294-1333
Hours:Daily 10 am - 11 pm.
Key West's hottest hats and coolest caps.

In Touch of Key West
Address: 715 Duval St., Key West
Phone: (305) 292-7293
Hours: 9:30am - 11:00 pm
A unique whimsical card and gift emporium. Cards, fun clothing, stationery, giftwrap and toys.

Key West Aloe, Inc.
Address: 524 Front St. or 540 Greene St. or Overseas Market, Key West
Phone: (305) 294-5592/ Overseas Market 293-0875
Hours:8:30 am - 8:00 pm.
Watch a factory at work making over 300 different products from aloe skincare to sun care, hair and bath items to 

exclusive fragrances. An entire line of products are made exclusively for men. Unconditionally guaranteed.

Key West Candy Co.
Address: 817 Duval St., Key West
Phone: (305) 293-8508 Fax 293-8509
Hours: Daily 10:00 am - 10:00 pm.
Gourmet confections, homemade fudge, salt water taffy, ice cream, bulk candy and toys.

KMart
Address: 2928 N. Roosevelt Blvd., Key West
Phone: (305) 293-9211
Hours: Daily 8:00 am - 10 pm.
All general merchandise, auto service, appliances, apparel.

Leather Master of Key West, Inc.
Address: 418-A Appelrouth Ln., Key West
Phone: (305) 292-5051
Hours: Mon-Sat 12 noon- 12 midnight. Sun 12 noon - 6 pm.
"Key West's toy shop for the adventurous." Specializing in custom hand-made leather goods and an extensive selection 

of erotic toys, books, magazines, cards and gay novelties.

Millies Sundries Inc.
Address: 425 Front St., Key West
Phone: (305) 294-6877 Fax 293-0760
Hours: Mon-Thurs 8am-11pm, Fri-Sun 8am - Midnight
OTC drugs, H.B.A., confectioner, gifts, general store merchandise.

Morrell Music of Key West
Address: 513 Truman Ave., Key West
Phone: (305) 296-0954
Hours: Mon-Sat. 10 am - 6 pm, Sun. Closed.
Key West's hometown guitar shop. Guitars sound systems and accessories.

Noah's Ark, Key West, Inc.
Address: 416 Fleming St., Key West
Phone: (305) 294-2757 Fax 294-2752 (800)KW-NOAHS
Hours: Mon-Sat. 10 am - 5pm; Sundays Noon - 3pm.
Animal themed gift shoppe.

The Restaurant Store
Address: 313 Margaret St., Key West
Phone: (305) 294-7994 Fax 294-8828
Hours: Mon-Sat. 9 am - 6 pm.
Professional kitchen supplies for your home or business.

Tee Shirt Factory Outlet
Address: 316 Simonton St., Key West
Phone: (305) 292-2060 Fax 292-2184
Hours: Daily 10 am - 5 pm.
Local artists designs silkscreened on quality cotton sportswear. Factory outlet prices. We do custom work.

Towels of Key West
Address: 806 Duval, Key West
Phone: (305) 292-1120 Fax 296-1477
Home of the "Rainbow Pride Flag Towel." They've searched the world to bring you the finest towels and robes for beach, 

pool and home. Open Mon., Thurs-Sat. 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sun. Noon-5 p.m.

Turtle Walk Perfumery
Address: 2784 N. Roosevelt Blvd., Key West
Phone: (305) 296-0330
Hours: Mon - Fri 10 am - 7 pm, Sat. 10 am - 6pm, Sun 12 noon - 5pm.
Perfumery, fine fragrances, men's and women's cosmetics, skin care and accessories.

Whitehead St. Pottery
Address: 1011 Whitehead St., Key West
Phone: (305) 294-5067
Hours: Daily 10 am to 5 pm. Closed Tuesdays.
Featuring stoneware porcelain and raku fired vessels. See their nude male photographic 

exhibition in the South-Wing gallery

Worldwide Flags of Key West
Address: 626 Duval St., Key West
Phone: (305) 292-9301
Hours: Daily 10 am - 10 pm.
Flags and flag related items including clothing, custom made banners and flags. Largest selection 

of rainbow flags, jewelry and gift items.

Shopping - Clothes

Assortment, Inc.
Address: 514 Fleming St., Key West
Phone: (305) 294-4066
Hours: Daily 10 am to 6 pm
"The best of better." Men's updated sportswear, clothing, gifts and accessories.

Graffitti
Address: 701 Duval St., Key West
Phone: (305) 294-8040 Fax 294-7849
Hours: Sun-Thurs., 10 am-11 pm, Fri-Sat., 10 am- Midnight.
Largest men's clothing store in Key West offering casual wear, active wear and swim wear.

Lido
Address: 532 Duval St., Key West
Phone: (305) 294-5300
Hours: Open Mon-Thurs, 10 am-7pm, Fri-Sat., 10am-10pm, Sun 11am -7pm.
Cotton clothing for comfort featuring the "enviro" tee-no chemicals or bleach used in it's production. Home of KWF!

Timmy Tuxedo
Address: 812 Fleming St., Key West
Phone: (305) 294-8897
Hours: Mon-Fri, 10am-6pm, Sat., 10am-2pm. Closed Sundays.
Tuxedo sales and rentals and women's bridal wear. Suits, accessories, shirts, ties, with tropical flair.

 

 

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See or Swim with the Dolphins

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1. Theater of the Sea
Location: Mile Marker 84.5, Islamorada
Hours: 9:30 a.m.- 4 p.m. daily
Cost: Park admission, $14.75 for adults and $8.25 for children ages 3-12; 2 and younger, free. Dolphin Adventure, $80. 

Trainer for a Day, $75. Snorkel Cruise, $49.95 for adults and $29.95 for ages 3-12, including equipment.
Phone: 305-664-2431.

In the Florida Keys, where dolphins are studied year-round, visitors have the opportunity to swim and play 

with the dolphins here. Visitors actually become part of the show -- you may be kissed by a sea lion and 

cruise the dolphin's lagoon in a custom-built bottomless boat. People 13 and older also have the 

opportunity two swim with the dolphins during the "Dolphin Adventure." For the land lovers, the 

"Trainer for a Day" program, for ages 10 and older, allows interaction, assisting the trainers without 

getting in the water. Dolphin Adventure Snorkel Cruises also available. Participants in the Dolphin 

Adventure interact with the dolphins in their own environment. A pre-swim orientation shows people the 

habits and environment of the dolphins, as well as safety procedures when swimming.


2. Dolphins Plus
, Address: Mile marker 99.5, Key Largo.
Phone: 305-451-1993 / Fax: 305-451-3710
Dolphins Plus is a marine mammal facility involved in environmental education programs, in-water therapy 

for the handicapped, and the study of inter-species interaction between dolphins and humans. Two educational 

programs are available: nonstructured and structured. Participants in the nonstructured program can swim 

in the dolphin pen and interact with the dolphins. The structured program is for those who are interested

 in taking part in the in-water therapy programs.


3. Dolphin research center 305-289-1121 MM 59 Grassy Key


4. Hawks Cay Resort and Marina Dolphin Connection 305-289-9975 MM 61 Duck Key

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Created by Billy Davidson

Last revised: November 13, 2011