18 September 2018

Cheeca Lodge All American Backcountry Tournament Set for Nov. 8-10

In recognition of Veteran’s Day, anglers from across the country are to unite with war heroes to pursue some of the world’s most elusive game fish for trophies and prizes during the annual Cheeca Lodge All American Backcountry Tournament. Events are scheduled Thursday through Saturday, Nov. 8-10, in Islamorada.
17 September 2018

More Than 350 Swimmers Compete in Open-Water Florida Keys Race

Over 350 national and international participants competed in calm, clear waters off the Florida Keys Saturday during the Swim for Alligator Lighthouse, an eight-mile open-water challenge.
28 August 2018

Teams Can Still Join Conch Scramble Charity Golf Tournament

Floating greens, golf boats and biodegradable fish food balls highlight the annual “par-tee” on the water during the popular Conch Scramble charity golf tournament Saturday, Sept. 29, in Islamorada. 
20 August 2018

Herman Lucerne Memorial Tournament Set for Sept. 21-23 in Florida Keys Backcountry

A one-of-a-kind event whose anglers fan out to explore the Florida Keys backcountry’s labyrinth of canals, water trails and mangrove mazes in search of seven species, the Herman Lucerne Memorial Backcountry Fishing Championship returns to Islamorada Friday through Sunday, Sept. 21-23.
15 August 2018

Florida Keys & Key West Unveils Value-Added ‘ValuCation’ Program

The Florida Keys tourism council is launching a value-added ValueCation program for travelers to the Florida Keys & Key West.
08 August 2018

81-Mile Sculpture Trail Enhances Florida Keys Cultural Scene

The Florida Keys’ cultural offerings, ranging from a lively visual arts scene to vibrant theater and musical events, provide visitors an intriguing contrast to the island chain’s water-related and environmental activities. In late July, those offerings were augmented by the debut of the 81-mile Florida Keys Sculpture Trail.
01 August 2018

Florida Keys’ Redbone Trilogy Tournaments Blend Angling Challenge and Vital Cause

Anglers who participate in the popular Redbone Trilogy of Florida Keys fishing tournaments can enjoy tough competition, warm camaraderie and the chance to help “catch the cure for cystic fibrosis.”
19 June 2018

New Resorts, Refurbishments Await Travelers to Florida Keys

The Florida Keys & Key West are unveiling 1,500 “new” rooms this summer, showcasing all-new and fully refurbished resorts — and its first “luxury-inclusive” resort — in coming weeks.
19 June 2018

Florida Keys Reefs’ Annual Reproduction is a Fantastical Underwater Occurrence

Night divers soon can submerge on Florida Keys reefs for a chance to witness a fascinating yet fragile underwater reproductive phenomenon that occurs when coral polyps release millions of gametes (eggs and sperm) in synchronized mass-spawning rituals.
13 June 2018

‘Immerse Yourself!’ in Learning at Florida Keys History of Diving Museum

The Florida Keys History of Diving Museum, dedicated to the collection, preservation and display of relics and artifacts regarding the sport’s heritage, is offering a free “Immerse Yourself!” lecture series for underwater enthusiasts eager to expand their knowledge.