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  • Key West - Fort Zachary Taylor State Park

    Key West - Fort Zachary Taylor State Park

    At the southern tip of Key West, with scenic views of boats entering and exiting the Key West Channel and the Atlantic Ocean, Fort Zachary Taylor State Park is easily one of the most beautiful lookouts in Key West. Come for a day along the rocky shore where you can kayak and snorkel or simply soak up the sun. There’s a great snack bar onsite in case you get hungry. Fort Zach also offers scenic nature trails and, of course, the Civil War era fort the park is named for.

  • Big Pine Key - National Key Deer Refuge

    Big Pine Key - National Key Deer Refuge

    Big Pine Key is famous for its abundance of indigenous key deer. Their short, spindly legs distinguish this friendly and curious deer species. A great place to encounter key deer is in Big Pine’s National Key Deer Refuge. There’s a lot to discover in this scenic inland wilderness. Take a hike on the 0.7 mile Jack Watson Memorial Trail through slash pine and palm trees and visit the Blue Hole where you might even spot alligators from the observation deck.

  • Marathon - Bahia Honda State Park

    Marathon - Bahia Honda State Park

    At the foot of the Seven Mile Bridge, you’ll encounter Bahia Honda State Park, a paradisiacal lagoon beach that feels like something out of a dream. Remnants of the Old Bahia Bridge jut out from the tip of the key where you can take a stroll for outrageously scenic views of the water and the marine life below. Look closely and you might even spot a shark or a sea turtle through the water’s surface. Post up beneath a palm tree at the beach or take a kayak for a spin through the crystal clear waters.

  • Marathon - Seven Mile Bridge

    Marathon - Seven Mile Bridge

    The Seven Mile Bridge is the most epic bridge on the drive along the Overseas Highway. Connecting Little Duck Key in the Lower Keys to Marathon’s Knight Key, the bridge, as the name implies, spans seven miles across Moser Channel. It’s an experience akin to walking on water as the scenic views unfold from every direction. The bridge is so captivating, it’s been famously featured in scenes from True Lies, License to Kill, Mission Impossible III and 2 Fast 2 Furious.

  • Pigeon Key

    Pigeon Key

    As you drive across the Seven Mile Bridge, you’ll notice another structure running parallel to it. This is the remnant of the Overseas Railroad, which was originally constructed between 1908 and 1912 by oil tycoon and developer Henry Flagler. You’ll also notice a tiny island standing alone beneath a trestle of this original bridge. It’s the five-acre island of Pigeon Key, accessible by ferry from the Pigeon Key Gift Shop at Mile Marker 47 near the Seven Mile Bridge. This National Register of Historic Places landmark is a window through history of the Florida Keys and offers incredibly scenic views that many visitors simply pass by.

  • Islamorada - Florida Bay

    Islamorada - Florida Bay

    The Upper Keys are bordered by the Everglades National Park’s Florida Bay to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. This thriving ecosystem of shallow sand flats and back country in Florida Bay and the deep-sea wonders of the Atlantic are part of the reason Islamorada is considered the sport fishing capital of the world. The Florida Bay offers endless scenic views and ample opportunity for fishermen. It’s also a haven for birders with an abundance of pelicans and shallow wading birds in the area. Whether you head offshore, feed the tarpon from the docks at a local marina or enjoy a bay front lunch, Islamorada boasts scenic views of the Florida Bay from many vantage points.

  • Key Largo - John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park

    Key Largo - John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park

    Key Largo is home to one of the Florida Keys’ most famous scenic views with the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. Spreading into the Atlantic Ocean, here you’ll find some of the best snorkeling in the Florida Keys. The park also has a glass bottom boat, as well as standup paddleboard and kayak rentals. It’s an ideal place to pull over and commune with nature on this uppermost key.

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