The big attraction here is the tiki bar, which really pops on weekends. Sunset in Key Largo, Florida Keys, paints a pretty picture at the Kona Kai Resort. (Photo by Bob Krist/Florida Keys News Bureau) Find more interesting stops in our handy Florida Keys mile-marker guide.” " data-medium-file="https://i1com/ Largo Sunset.jpg?
Wander along a boardwalk through a mangrove forest at this volunteer-run wildlife-rehab facility with an informal, backyard feel. It’s a great place to bring kids; a stop will only take 15 or 20 minutes, unless you decide to linger. Incidentally, the early community of Planter was here. resize=210,158" alt="Historic Tavernier hotel, Florida Keys" width="210" height="158" data-recalc-dims="1" / 91.9 — Old Tavernier Post office; Old Settlers Park, oceanside historic Tavernier Hotel, oceanside. 91.0 — Tavernier Creek Bridge; enter Islamorada; Tavernier Creek Marina, Conch Republic Divers, Plantation Marina. 90.1 — Plantation Key Colony community entrance, Bayside. Public park has a beach, marina, boat ramps, baseball fields, skate park and kayak rentals.If you fill out a back-country permit form at Pennekamp State Park, you can hike an additional four miles of trails. 112.5 — Monroe County Line — Little Black Water Sound Boat Ramp, bayside. Near the end of the “18-Mile Stretch,” just before you cross the new Jewfish Creek Bridge into Key Largo, you’ll see an access ramp on your right to Gilbert’s Resort and Marina, an Old Florida gateway to the Keys. Southern end of the “18-Mile Stretch.” 107.5 — Lake Surprise. Outdoors and indoor dining on the water in the Garden Cove Marina. The heart of the museum is dedicated to longleaf pines and the 5,000 products manufactured from them.The 50-plus-year-old longleaf pines growing on the museum grounds provide a majestic canopy and create an enjoyable walking trail for visitors.