Big Pine Key & The Lower Keys
Big Pine Key and Florida’s Lower Keys is a quiet region of small islands is connected from the end of the Seven Mile Bridge at mile marker (MM) 40, to Stock Island at MM 5. Here, in addition to two national wildlife refuges, a national marine sanctuary and a state park, you can find a relaxing place to call home. There are family-owned resorts, RV parks, campgrounds, and single-family homes, as well as eclectic restaurants, native wildernesses and of course, our beloved Key Deer. Near MM 37 is Bahia Honda State Park, whose white sandy beaches have earned the title of “one of the most beautiful beaches in America”.