14 April 2018

Florida Keys Seven Mile Bridge Run Attracts 1,500 Competitors

Student Aydan Child claimed the overall men’s title during Saturday’s 37th annual Seven Mile Bridge Run across the Florida Keys Overseas Highway’s longest bridge.
 
Child, 17, finished first among some 1,500 participants with a time of 40 minutes and one second. The Marathon high school junior has been running the iconic race since age nine.
09 April 2018

Serious Beachin’ Fun Awaits at June 2 Florida Keys Dragon Boat Festival

The annual Battle in the Bay Dragon Boat Festival set for Saturday, June 2, at Marathon’s newly renovated Sombrero Beach, offers crowds of cheering spectators beachfront racing excitement and a festive day of fun in the sun. 
03 April 2018

Afro Roots Fest Heads to the Florida Keys for Multiple Events

The annual Afro Roots World Music Festival has celebrated the evolution of African culture by featuring some of the best performers from the Caribbean, the Americas and Africa during the last two decades. For the first time in its 20-year history, Afro Roots Fest is to travel to the Florida Keys for a variety of events from late April through early June.
02 April 2018

Restored Cheeca Lodge Reopens, Boosting Florida Keys Inventory

One of the Florida Keys’ iconic resorts has reopened, as the island chain continues unveiling fully refurbished accommodations more than six months after Hurricane Irma.
29 March 2018

Florida Governor Helps Turtle Hospital Release Loggerhead

Florida Governor Rick Scott assisted staff at the Turtle Hospital as they released a 100-pound sub-adult loggerhead sea turtle at a Florida Keys beach Wednesday.
22 March 2018

Celebrations Highlight Earth Day 2018 in the Florida Keys & Key West

Every day is full of natural wonders throughout the Florida Keys, known for their sweeping, scenic backdrops of earth, sea and sky.
08 March 2018

Six Months After Irma, Florida Keys Tourism Rebounds

The island chain has been open to visitors since Oct. 1, 2017, just three weeks after Hurricane Irma passed through the area. Key Largo and Key West were least impacted by the storm

26 February 2018

State of the Florida Keys Tourism Industry After Hurricane Irma

Key Largo and Key West were least impacted by Hurricane Irma, which struck the Keys Sept. 10, 2017, as were most hotels and businesses on the bayside, or gulfside, in Islamorada and Marathon. The Florida Keys & Key West have been open to visitors since Oct. 1, just three weeks after the hurricane.
08 February 2018

‘Sun & Fun’ Highlight the Sombrero Beach Run Weekend March 2-4

Florida Keys sunshine, athletic action and family fun attract hundreds of avid runners and walkers from the U.S., Canada and Europe for the annual Sombrero Beach Run weekend, set for Friday through Sunday, March 2-4.
08 February 2018

New Florida Keys Accommodations, Activities and Attractions Await Meeting Participants and Groups

In the Florida Keys & Key West it’s easy for groups to unplug. The popular 125-mile-long subtropical island chain continues to be enhanced as a destination for meetings and corporate and incentive groups. New offerings include a soon-to-open all-inclusive bungalow resort in Key Largo, increased airline options, tours and team-building adventures.