30 June 2017

Florida Keys Visitors Can Discover Wildlife in Natural Habitats

People from around the world are drawn to the Florida Keys, seeking one-of-kind opportunities to encounter the island chain’s indigenous creatures. Whether exploring the many national wildlife refuges or getting up close to a bottlenose dolphin or sea turtle, there are numerous ways for visitors to get “simply wild.” 
30 June 2017

Simply Saltwater: Florida Keys Water Adventures Beckon

A trip to the Florida Keys offers an inviting array of sea-based adventures for nature lovers, adventurers and even couch potatoes. Visitors can explore the waters surrounding the islands at their own pace and energy level. 
30 June 2017

Florida Keys Garden Attractions Are ‘Simply Natural’

 The subtropical Florida Keys & Key West are resplendent with indigenous species in hidden, tucked-away gardens nestled throughout the 125-mile-long island chain.
30 June 2017

Simply Delicious: Florida Keys Cuisine Inspires Tasty Experiences

Nearly everyone who journeys to the Florida Keys samples grilled locally caught yellowtail snapper or mahi-mahi, steamed Key West pink shrimp, clawless Florida lobster and chilled stone crab claws. Since their just-off-the-boat freshness is all the adornment they need, they’re often prepared with a simplicity that only enhances their flavor. 
07 June 2017

Florida Keys Teams Sweep Lower Keys Dolphin Tournament

Team Chase Me scored a 40.5-pound dolphin fish to take first place in the 24th annual Big Pine & Lower Keys Dolphin Tournament that ended June 4. 
02 June 2017

July 4 Festivities and Fireworks to Sparkle Throughout Florida Keys

Independence Day celebrations throughout the 125-mile-long Florida Keys island chain salute the nation’s freedom — and the quirky independent spirit of the Keys — with local parades, picnics and parties topped off by fireworks displays.
03 May 2017

State Parks of the Middle and Lower Keys

In the Middle and Lower Florida Keys, four unique state parks — Long Key, Curry Hammock, Bahia Honda and Fort Zachary Taylor — are easy to explore and offer some of the best recreational opportunities in the 125-mile-long island chain.
26 April 2017

Middle and Lower Florida Keys State Parks Are Protected Playgrounds

In the Middle and Lower Florida Keys, four unique state parks — Long Key, Curry Hammock, Bahia Honda and Fort Zachary Taylor — are easy to explore and offer some of the best recreational opportunities in the 125-mile-long island chain.
26 April 2017

Big Pine & Lower Keys Dolphin Tournament to ‘Hook’ Angling Teams June 2-4

Angling teams can compete for more than $35,000 in cash and prizes while vying to land the largest dolphin fish June 2-4 in the waters surrounding the Lower Florida Keys. 
16 November 2016

South Florida Team Wins Sugarloaf Showdown in Lower Florida Keys

Six permit, three bonefish and three barracuda releases were the winning combination for the team of Captain Kyle Giampaoli of Naples, Florida, and Sugarloaf Key’s Justin Rea at the recent Sugarloaf Showdown.