Local Fun going North toward Islamorada


Mile Marker 77.5 Bayside
(305) 664 8070
7 am – 9 pm

Robbie’s is most famous for its tarpon feeding. You won’t forget the thrill of hand-feeding these gentle but hungry giant tarpons. Relax while enjoying local fish and a loaded Trailer Trash Bloody Mary on the waterfront deck. Robbie’s offers activities for the whole family and include Islamorada Eco Tours, sunset cruises, jet-ski adventures, parasailing, boat rentals, snuba diving and snorkeling, kayak and paddle board rentals/ tours and any fishing tours you can dream of. You can’t miss the souvenir shop and browse for hand-crafted souvenirs at the open-air market from 9am – 5pm.

Bud N’ Marys also offers daily party boat fishing from 9:30am to 4pm at $95.00 per person, including all bait, tackle and rods (bring your own lunch and drinks).

Sundance watersports (at Robbies)

Mile Marker 77.5 Bayside
(305) 360 0896
7 am – 9 pm

Indian Key Historic statepark & lugnumvitae Key botanical statepark

Mile Marker 78.5
(305) 664 2540
8 am to sunset

Both parks are accessible by boat or kayaks only. Eco tours and kayak rentals to reach the state parks can be acquired at Robbie’s.

Lugnumvitae Key / Botanical State Park

Experience island living 1930 style. Take a self-guided tour of the historic Matheson house and the virgin tropical hardwood forest, once typical in the keys.

Indian Key Archaeological Site / State Park

In the 19th century this tiny island was the site of a lucrative business that salvaged cargo from shipwrecks in the Florida Keys. Now a ghost town with overgrown ruin and paths that follow the grid of early streets.

Florida Keys Watersports Company

Mile Marker 82.7 – 82749 Overseas Highway (Hadley House Resorts)
(305) 699 9424

One of the premier jet ski and boat rental companies in Islamorada. On Yama wave runners experience over 25 miles of Islamorada’s mangrove tunnels, islands, sand bars, and reefs and take in the unique marine life of the Keys (manatees, dolphins, birds, manta-rays, sea turtles, dragon iguanas, etc.).

Attractions going south towards Marathon

Florida Keys Sailing

Mile Marker 49 – Keys Fisheries & Marina
(305) 619 0140

Book your private sailing trips (half or full day) including sailing lessons and sunset sails. Sail boat rentals for those with sailing experience are available.


11th Street Ocean, Marathon Marina
(305) 304 2982

Experience the excitement of sailing the tropical waters of the Florida Keys aboard the 24 passenger 36ft sailing catamaran “Sirius” or take in the breathtaking sunset during a 2-hour sunset sailing cruise.

Jet surf water sports

Mile Marker 54.5 Coco Plum Beach – Marathon
Mile Marker 73.4 Anne’s Beach – Islamorada

(786) 649 9480
8:00 am – Dusk

Jetsurfing is the latest watersport revolution. Surf the waves with motorized surfboards after a skilled instructor will teach you how to balance and operate the board for the ultimate riding experience.

Ultimate Helitours

9850 Overseas Highway
(305) 619 9603

Board a Robinson R44 helicopter and fly over the beautiful Florida keys. While on board, you’ll get to see some amazing aerial views of Marathon and Florida Key’s most spectacular sites. You will see sealife such as sea turtles, dolphins, stingrays, sharks and tarpons while enjoying view of the Seven Mile Bridge, countless keys and reefs. Rates depending on times booked.

Keys Cable Park – The Lagoon on Grassy Key

59300 Overseas Highway, Marathon
(305) 414 8245
11 am – 6 pm

Ride the lagoon. Wake-board, waterski or kneeboard by being towed by cable systems across the lagoon, virtually replacing the need for a boat. Learn to Kiteboard, paddleboard, Fil Board, or Surf. Rates adjust according to time and gear rental.


11833 Overseas Highway, Marathon
(305) 743 2444
7 am – 6 pm

Scuba diving, day and night, snorkeling and private group diving trips.

Have you ever wondered what it would really be like to be a mermaid? The TRY MERMAID course is a great way to enter the world of “mermaiding” under the watchful eye of one of our certified mermaid instructors