19 January 2022

Celebrations, Activities Await Groups in the Florida Keys & Key West

The Florida Keys & Key West welcome meetings for groups seeking engaging outdoor celebrations, activities and attractions with wide-open spaces throughout the easily accessible 125-mile-long chain of southernmost islands.
13 January 2022

Florida Keys ‘Connections Project’ Marks 10 Years of Color, Creativity and Community

The Florida Keys & Key West are connected by more than the iconic Overseas Highway and its 42 bridges. The alluring island chain also is connected by a vibrant community of creative spirits, and a 24-foot-long mural of their artistry can be viewed through May 20 in a Keyswide series of exhibitions.
10 January 2022

Anglers to Target Barracuda Feb. 10-12 During Florida Keys’ Cuda Bowl

Casting skills are to eclipse kicking skills in the Florida Keys as anglers target barracuda, flats fishing’s “big game,” in an annual pre–Super Bowl challenge that can be as intense as football’s big game. 
20 December 2021

What’s New in the Florida Keys & Key West for Winter 2022

Winter in the Florida Keys is sunny, breezy and typically offers the warmest winter weather in the continental United States. The 125-mile-long island chain is particularly popular with visitors for its wide-open spaces, on-the-water activities and picturesque scenery framed by warm turquoise waters.
14 December 2021

Feast to Celebrate Grimal Grove’s Evolution as Florida Keys Fruit Farm

A unique and intimate open-air feast is to lure foodies to the Lower Florida Keys’ Grimal Grove Sunday, Jan. 16, and showcase the Keys’ tropical and subtropical fruits and “Floribbean” island-style cuisine.
08 December 2021

New Year’s Eve ‘Drops’ and Fireworks to Dazzle Florida Keys Revelers

New Year’s Eve partiers unwilling to endure cold-weather festivities, such as the traditional “ball drop” in New York’s Times Square, can find exuberant celebrations and far warmer temperatures in the Florida Keys.
03 December 2021

Chart a Course for Seafaring Supplies at Lower Keys Nautical Expo

Fans of boating, fishing, diving and other watersports in the Florida Keys’ ocean realm can take their pick of maritime merchandise at the 18th annual Big Pine & Lower Keys Nautical Expo set for Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 15-16.
29 November 2021

Take a Trek: Hunt for Fruit on Big Pine Key

Grimal Grove, the 2-acre fruit farm billed as the first and only breadfruit grove in the continental United States, has begun offering 90-minute guided tropical fruit excursions at its off-the-beaten-path location on Big Pine Key.
29 November 2021

Boat Parades to Light Up the Florida Keys Holiday Season

Santa is likely to arrive in the Florida Keys by schooner instead of by sleigh, traveling with a team of dolphins rather than reindeer — at least during the festive lighted boat parades that enliven the Keys’ holiday season.
22 November 2021

‘Connect with Keys Life’ Section Debuts on Florida Keys’ Visitor Website

A dedicated section titled “Connect with Keys Life” has debuted on the Florida Keys tourism council’s visitor website, fla-keys.com, highlighting one of the Keys' greatest "natural resources" — the friendly, easygoing people who make the island chain their home.