11 January 2022

Video: Historic Old Seven Mile Bridge to Reopen in Florida Keys

Once again, people can look forward to cycling, walking, running, rollerblading, fishing and watching sunrises and sunsets along a section of the famed Old Seven Mile Bridge that parallels the Florida Keys Overseas Highway in the Middle Keys.
09 January 2022

Wounded Warriors Interact With Florida Keys Dolphins as Therapy

Interacting with bottlenose dolphins in the Florida Keys provided physical and emotional therapy Sunday for a group of wounded U.S. military veterans, at the conclusion of Wounded Warrior Project’s three-day Soldier Ride cycling event down the Keys’ Overseas Highway.
07 January 2022

Wounded Military Personnel Bike Through Florida Keys

Wounded military personnel and their supporters pedaled across the Seven Mile Bridge and sections of the Florida Keys Overseas Highway Friday during the annual Soldier Ride cycling event from Key Largo to Key West.
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.
16 December 2021

Sombrero Beach Run Weekend to Deliver Sun, Sand and Family Fun Jan. 21-23

Attracted by Florida Keys sunshine, athletic challenges and family fun, hundreds of avid runners and walkers from around the country typically head to the Middle Keys for the annual Sombrero Beach Run weekend. The 2022 event returns Friday through Sunday, Jan. 21-23, after a one-year hiatus due to coronavirus concerns.
10 December 2021

Premier Boat Brands to Be Featured at Florida Keys Boat Show Jan. 21-23

Boating and watersports aficionados can browse among top boat brands and vendors at the annual outdoor Island Boat Show set for Friday through Sunday, Jan. 21-23, at Hawks Cay Resort, mile marker 61 on Duck Key.
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.
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.