30 November 2021

College Athletes to Compete at Orange Bowl Swim Classic in Florida Keys Jan. 3

Hundreds of college swimmers from around the country, some who have pursued Olympic gold, are to meet and compete in the open-to-spectators Orange Bowl Swimming Classic Monday, Jan. 3, the culmination of an annual monthlong winter training session in Key Largo.
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. 
18 November 2021

Allyson Gantt: Steward of the Keys’ National Parks

Allyson Gantt inspires others to care for the Florida Keys’ two national parks and their unique environments. She’s overseeing a year of activities for Everglades National Park’s upcoming 75th anniversary of its founding Dec. 6, 1947.

14 November 2021

Video Advisory - Runners Compete in Footrace Over Scenic Florida Keys Bridge

A field of nearly 450 national and international runners competed on a panoramic course above the Upper Keys and the eastern edges of the Florida Everglades Sunday morning during the annual First State Bank Key Largo Bridge Run in the Florida Keys.
04 November 2021

Florida Keys & Key West Resort Delegates to Attend IMEX America

Hospitality executives representing resorts throughout the Florida Keys are to showcase Keys venues for meetings and incentive groups at IMEX America, Nov. 9-11.
31 October 2021

Video Advisory - Florida Keys Divers Compete in Underwater Pumpkin Carving Contest

With their favorite marine creatures in mind, a creative group of scuba divers submerged 30 feet beneath the surface in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Sunday to pare subsea jack-o-lanterns during the annual Underwater Pumpkin Carving Contest in waters off Key Largo.
20 October 2021

Take a Big Bite at Small Florida Keys Eateries

Indigenous Florida Keys cuisine typically means fresh fish and seafood harvested from local waters, headlining nearly every restaurant menu. For a delicious bite to spark your taste buds, check out some small, off-the-grid and new-location eateries that Keys locals favor for their flavors. 
19 October 2021

‘SMART Ride’ Fundraising Cyclists to Pedal from Miami to Key West

Cyclists are to pedal from Miami to Key West Friday and Saturday, Nov. 19-20, during “The SMART Ride,” a charitable journey that has been called the largest bicycle ride in the southeastern United States.