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Check Out The Awesome Pics From Our Florida Vacation Rentals In The Keys

Key Biscayne

Key Biscayne

Key Biscayne is just south of Miami - it's almost like Miami's tail, so it's really easy to get to and you don't actually take the Keys highway (the Overseas Highway) to get there. A national park surrounds it. We took a chopper tour for this pic.
Sand Key Lighthouse

Sands and Elliott

These two keys are mostly protected areas north of Key Largo and south of Biscayne. They surround the National Park of Biscayne and are full of mangrove swamps and secluded beaches. And some crowded boat hangout spots.
Totten Key

Totten Key

Rhodes Key and Totten Key are quiet and full of historical places and parks. They do have some camping.
Key Largo

Key Largo

Key Largo has the largest manmade coral reefs and tons of great fishing spots. The Crocodile Lake State Park is a pretty cool thing to check out in Key Largo, as well as the John Pennekamp Underwater Park and Coral Reefs. The beaches here are also sublime, of course, and with a population of 10,000 plus tons of tourists, it's lively and fun.
Duck Key

Duck Key

A tiny area with beautiful real estate and some unique landscaping too. It's mellow and not many tourists actually stop here.
Bahia Honda State Park

Big Pine Key

A tiny area with the Bahia Honda State Park as its main attraction, an odd broken bridge that spans across the water.
Key West

Key West

Key West is where all the people who couldn't hang on in America ended up. The very tip of the Florida Keys, this is a truly fun and quirky place to hang out.