Kayaked out and just hung out. Enjoyed the views and the fishes. It is a a short trip but well worth it
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Indian Key is a small Key with an interesting history (read about it at the dock). It is about a 30 minute paddle from Robbie's key (south of Islamorada). Paddling out to the Key we say a big ray, and on the way back, several...More
Awesome place to learn some history. Been there several times with the family. Things to be careful of: in the summer months bring plenty of water and shade hats, also good shoes. The other issue IF your coming by boat is- DoNot touch the planks...More
Whether we are fishing or exercising in the water, Indian Key is a stop that my better half and I have made countless times. We have enjoyed the key with family, with friends and on alone time. The best fishing here is early morning after...More
Me and my husband got to snorkle around the island and then got to walk around the streets and see all the cool historical places they have. Each site has a description telling you a story behind it. MUST SEE!
Indian Key State Historic Site is intriguing and beautiful. It is one of our favorite places in the Keys.
Launch your own canoe or kayak from the Overseas Highway, or rent one from Robbie's nearby, and take a 25 minute paddle out to the island. There you can see remnants of an early settlement and enjoy snorkeling along the shore. Bring a picnic lunch,...More
Whether by sail, power or paddle, you need a boat to get to this key. Once a thriving community and seat of Dade county - before Dade gave the Keys to Monroe County - the ruins of the community are visible. Brochure is available for...More
We rented kayaks at Robbie's and paddled over for a picnic. It was a fun destination, although there was enough wind to make getting home annoying. The park at Indian Key is pretty and very interesting. One note: signs instruct you to pay a $2.50/person...More
The paddle was fairly easy although watch the water depth at low tide. Paths on the island are easy to navigate and very interesting stops along the way.