06 October 2017

Windley Key Fossil Reef Geological State Park Reopens Oct. 5

Windley Key Fossil Reef Geological State Park, encompassing 300 acres on Windley Key at mile marker 84.9 near Islamorada, reopened Thursday, Oct. 5, for day use.
06 October 2017

Goombay to Showcase Key West’s Bahamian Connection, Culture and Cuisine

Visitors can experience sights, sounds and flavors recalling Key West’s Bahamian heritage at the family-friendly Goombay Festival scheduled Friday and Saturday, Oct. 20-21.
05 October 2017

Fantasy Fest Pet Masquerade to Star ‘Party Animals’ Oct. 25

Dozens of masquerade contests, parties and other spectacles are to challenge the creativity of mask and costume designers during Key West’s Oct. 20-29 Fantasy Fest — but none more than the Pet Masquerade.
04 October 2017

Fantasy Fest Masquerade Marchers to Roam Key West’s Old Town Oct. 27

Thousands of masked and costumed partiers are to unleash their free-spirited alter egos during the Fantasy Fest Masquerade March, a lively walking parade set for Friday, Oct. 27.  
03 October 2017

Key West’s Fantasy Fest Brings Costumes, Creativity and Craziness Oct. 20-29

Attendees at Key West’s renowned annual Fantasy Fest can anticipate creative costuming, offbeat artistry and a blend of colorful new events and longtime favorites for masked and costumed revelers. 
02 October 2017

Special Olympics Florida–Monroe County to Host Key West Paddle Invitational

More than 100 Special Olympics stand-up paddle (SUP) enthusiasts from across the country, along with athletes’ families and friends, are to gather in Key West for the sixth annual Stand Up Paddle Invitational set for Friday through Sunday, Oct. 13-15.
25 September 2017

After Irma, Florida Keys to Reopen to Visitors Oct. 1

After the Florida Keys were impacted by Hurricane Irma Sept. 10, local government officials announced Monday that the island chain would reopen to visitors Sunday, Oct. 1.
25 September 2017

First Cruise Ship Docks at Key West Since Before Hurricane Irma

Key West welcomed cruise ship visitors Sunday, for the first time since before Hurricane Irma struck the Florida Keys Sept. 10.
21 September 2017

Tourism Infrastructure Repairs Moving Forward in Florida Keys

Recovery efforts continue throughout the 125-mile-long Florida Keys island chain after Hurricane Irma struck the destination Sept. 9.
13 September 2017

Florida Keys Temporarily Closed to Visitors

In the wake of Hurricane Irma impacting the Florida Keys, infrastructure evaluations and restoration efforts have begun, Keys officials said Tuesday.