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Florida City, Florida
On United States Highway #1 south of Florida City, Florida, starts Byway Florida Keys Scenic Highway. The Florida Keys Scenic Highway travels through some of the nation's most spectacular scenery. "Road to Paradise" as the byway often described. It's a highway where travelers from all over the world experience their own adventures in paradise.
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Cross Key, Florida
Cross Key, Florida, Manatee Bay
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13.2
Access
Access to the Bay, near North Key Largo, Florida, Mangrove Creek, Jewfish Creek Bridge,
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14.0
Lake Surprise
Lake Surprise, Lake Summons,
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Road Access
Road Access, County Highway #905, to Crocodile Lake Wildlife Refuge, The Dagny Johnson Key Largo Hammock Botanical State Park is a Florida State Park, located in the Florida Keys.
12.5
20.1
Key Largo, Florida
John Pennykamp Coral Reef State Park, Key Largo, Florida
13.5
21.8
John Pennekamp Coral Reef
John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, is a Florida State Park located on Key Largo in Florida. This park is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The primary attractions of the park are the coral reefs and their associated marine life.
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Key Largo, Florida
Key Largo, Florida, is a community in Monroe County, Florida, located on the island of Key Largo in the upper Florida Keys. Tarpon Basin located on the west, and Largo Sound on the east of the Byway in Key Largo, Florida
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Newport, Florida
Community of Newport, Florida in the Montrose County, Florida near Largo Harbor
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African Queen
The African Queen (also known as S/L Livingstone) is the boat used in the movie The African Queen. It is listed in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
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Rock Harbor, Florida
Rock Harbor, Florida, located on the Florida Keys
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Tavernier, Florida
Tavernier, Florida, is a town in Monroe County, Florida, on an island named Key Largo in the upper Florida Keys. Harry Harris County Park, Tavernier Harbor, Community Harbor are located nearby in Tavernier, Florida
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Tavernier Creek
Tavernier Creek, in Tavernier, Florida
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Plantation Key
Plantation Key, Florida is a place on Plantation Key in the Florida Keys, in Monroe County.
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Islamorada, Florida
Islamorada, Florida, a village in Monroe County, in Florida Keys
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Islamorada Village of Islands
Islamorada Village of Islands, Florida located along the Overseas Highway
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Windley Key Fossil Reef Geological State Park
Windley Key Fossil Reef Geological State Park is a Florida State Park located at mile marker 85.5 near Islamorada. Exposed Sections of fossilized coral, as well as some of the original quarry machinery are on display here
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Whale Harbor
Whale Harbor, Islamorada, Florida
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Upper Matecumbe
Upper Matecumbe Key, located along the Overseas Highway in the Florida Keys
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Teatable Key
Teatable Key, located on the ocean waters, in Florida Keys along Overaseas Highway
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Marina
A Marina in Upper Matecumbe, Florida near Lower Matecumbe, Florida keys
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Lower Matecumbe Key
Lower Matecumbe Key, Florida, located in Monroe county Florida
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Florida Sea Base
Florida Sea Base, Caloosa Cove, Anne's Beach,
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Fiesta Key
Fiesta Key, located in the Florida Keys along Overseas Highway
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Layton, Florida
Layton is a city on the island of Long Key in Monroe County, Florida. Long Key State Recreation Area, Long Lake lie just off Overseas Highway in Florida Keys.
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Long Key State Recreation Area
Long Key State Recreation Area, Long Key State Park is a Florida State Park located on Long Key, at mile marker 67.5 on United States Highway #1/Overseas Highway. Popular Recreational Activities in the area are Swimming, snorkeling, canoeing, and picnicing, as well as full facility camping, hiking, and wildlife viewing. Golden Orb Trail,
51.3
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Long Key
Long Key Bridge, Long Key Via duct,
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Conch Key
Conch Key, Florida, located on the Overseas Highway in Florida Keys
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Duck Key
Duck Key, Florida, a community on Duck Key Island, on United States Highway #1, in Monroe County, Florida. Tom's Harbor, Tom's Harbor Keys, Florida
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Grassy Key, Florida
Grassy Key, Florida, Grassy Key Harbor is located near here along the United States Highway #1, Florida
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Long Point Key
Long Point Key, Little Crawl Key, Curry Hammock State Park is a Florida State Park, located along both sides of Overseas Highway/United States Highway #1, starting at mile marker 56.2 on Crawl Key in the Florida Keys.
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CoCo Plus Drive
CoCo Plus Drive, Coco Plum Beach, Boneyfish Bay
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Key Colony Beach, Florida
Key Colony Beach, Florida, Key Colony Beach is a city in the middle Florida Keys, Monroe County, Florida. Turtle Cays Condos,
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Marathon, Florida
Marathon is a city on Knight's Key, Boot Key, Key Vaca, Fat Deer Key, Long Point Key, Crawl Key and Grassy Key islands in the middle Florida Keys, in Monroe County, Florida. Florida Keys Marathon Airport, is a public airport located in Monroe County, Florida. Marathon Shores, Florida.
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Sombrero Beach Road
Sombrero Beach Road, Sombrero Country Club, Sister Creek, Treasure Island, Sombrero Beach, located on Marathon Keys
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Boot Key Road
Boot Key Road, Boot Key Harbor. Faro Blanco, and Palm Island are located north of Overseas Highway on Florida Keys
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New Overseas Highway Bridge
New Overseas Highway Bridge, Old Seven Miles Bridge, both bridges cross Moser Channel, is the deepest passage, and is one of four predominant passages in the Florida Keys.
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Seven Mile Bridge, Florida
The Seven Mile Bridge, in the Florida Keys, runs over a channel between the Gulf of Mexico and the Florida Strait. The total length of the bridge is actually 35,862 ft. Each April the bridge is closed for approximately 2.5 hours on a Saturday and a "fun run," known as the Seven Mile Bridge Run, of 1,500 runners is held commemorating the Florida Keys bridge rebuilding project. The event began in 1982 to commemorate the completion of a federally funded bridge building program.
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Ohio Key
Ohio Key, Sunshine Key RV Resort and Marina located on Overseas Highway, in the Florida Keys, near Seven Miles Bridge, Florida
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126.0
Bahia Honda Key
Bahia Honda Key, Bahia Honda State Park, is an island in the lower Florida Keys. The island is virtually uninhabited, being home to 524-acre Bahia Honda State Park. Natural, white sand beach here was at one time named the best in the continental United States, making it popular for swimming. A nature trail near the park?s oceanside beach skirts a tidal lagoon before passing through a coastal hammock. Bicycling, inline skating, Fishing and Picnicking spots are located in the area. Kayaks and snorkeling gear available for rent at the park.
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Bahia Honda Beach
Bahia Honda Beach at the eastern end of Old Bahia Honda Bridge, is a natural sandy beach, popular among tourists.
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Veterans Beach
Veterans Beach, located at the west end of the Old Bahia Honda Bridge, in Key West, Florida
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Spanish Harbor Key
Spanish Harbor Key, A bridge over Spanish Harbor Channel,
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Big Pine Key
Long Beach Drive, Big Pine Key,
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Big Pine Key, Florida
Big Pine Key is a community in Monroe County, Florida, on Big Pine Key island.
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Little Torch Key, Florida
Little Torch Key, Florida, a community located in Monroe County, Florida in the Florida Keys
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Middle Torch Road
Middle Torch Road, Community of Middle Torch Key, Florida, Community of Big Torch Key, Florida located on Islands of their same names respectively on the Florida Keys
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Ramrod Key, Florida

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Summerland Key
Summerland Key, Florida, a community located near the Niles Channels in the Florida Keys along Overseas Highway, Florida
97.0
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Old State Highway 4A
Old State Highway 4A, Pirates Cove, Torpan Creek, Upper Sugarloaf Sound,
100.0
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Sugarloaf Boulevard
Sugarloaf Boulevard, Sugarloaf Sound, Perky, Florida
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Bay Point, Florida
Bay Point, Florida, Saddlebunch No.2 Channel, Saddlebunch No.3 Channel, located on United states Highway #1 in the Florida Keys
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Big Coppitt Key
Big Coppitt Key, is a community in Monroe County, Florida, on Big Coppitt island in the lower Florida Keys. Geiger Key, Shark Key, located nearby.
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Key West Naval Air Station
Key West Naval Air Station, is a naval air station and military airport located east of Key West, Florida. Trumbo Point is the Navy Gateway Inns and Suites.
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Stock Island, Florida
Stock Island, Florida, is an island in the lower Florida Keys
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State Route #1A
State Route #1A, Key West International Airport is a public airport located east of Key West, Florida, in Monroe County, Florida.
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Key West, Florida
Key West, Florida, is a city in Monroe County, Florida. Key West is a seaport destination for many passenger cruise ships. The Key West International Airport provides airline service. Hotels and guest houses are available for lodging. Naval Air Station Key West is an important year round training site for naval aviation due to the superb weather conditions. The Sunset Celebration at Mallory Square is a daily spectacle for visitors and residents. Boat excursions and tours provide a great way to view Key West from the water. This is where the Byway Florida Keys Scenic Highway ends.