Keys Video of the Week
National Key Deer Refuge
The Lower Keys are home to the National Key Deer Refuge, established in 1957 to protect and preserve habitats for wildlife, most notably the diminutive Key deer, a subspecies of the Virginia white-tailed deer. Learn more about the 8,000-acre refuge of prime Key deer territory.
Plan Your Florida Keys Vacation
Our drive-to islands are rich in arts & culture, yet if you crave the wild outdoors, our guided eco-tours, walking trails, environmental centers and a plethora of green travel initiatives will satisfy.
Dive-snorkel charters visit the United States' only living, coral barrier reef and offer Florida Keys scuba diving vacation memories that last a lifetime. Anglers revel in our heart-racing, world-class sportfishing.