An island with a rich history (the Indian tribe that once lived here was booted out by fishermen from the Bahamas, and then by wreckers), Indian Key is now uninhabited. The tours are worth taking, though you’ll have to go by boat from Robbie’s Marina (1-305 664 8070, www.robbies.com) at MM 77.5, where you can also see and feed huge tarpon fish. Booking is recommended as the island isn’t always accessible.
|Venue name:||Indian Key Historic State Park||Contact:|
Accessible from MM 85.5
The Florida Keys
|Opening hours:||8am–sundown daily|