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Key West park and beach information

FloridaKeys.com has compiled a list of Key West park and beach information to help travelers discover Key West activities and things to do. There is certainly no shortage of historic state parks, beaches, and seaports in the Florida Keys. From Fort Zachary Taylor to the Key West Lighthouse, most activities are reasonably priced, if not free. Below is a list of Key West park and beach information that include addresses and amenities.

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  • HISTORIC SEAPORT DISTRICT
  • 100 Grinnel Street Key West FL 33040
  • KEY WEST AQUARIUM
  • 201 Front St Key West FL 33040
  • 305-293-7229
  • KEY WEST LIGHTHOUSE
  • Whitehead St Key West FL 33040
  • The Key West Lighthouse was built after the hurricane of 1846 to aid ships navigating dangerous reefs off the lower Keys.
  • MALLORY SQUARE
  • 1 Whitehead Street Key West FL 33040
  • 305-296-4557
  • DRY TORTUGAS NATIONAL PARK
  • Located about 70 miles west of Key West FL
  • The Dry Tortugas feature camping, fishing, birdwatching, snorkeling and swimming. It includes seven small islands and surrounding waters.
  • FLAGLER STATION
  • 901 Caroline St Key West FL 33040
  • 305-295-3562
  • FORT JEFFERSON
  • Located on Garden Key, 68 miles from Key West
  • 305-242-7700
  • FORT ZACHARY TAYLOR HISTORIC STATE PARK
  • At the end of Southard Street on Truman Annex Key West FL 33040
  • 305-292-6713
  • Fort Zachary is an 87-acre national landmark is located Key West. The fort, named after President Zachary Taylor, was built in the 19th century and is open daily for tours.

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