Things to do in Key Largo

Sometimes we have bad weather and it's not a good day to dive. When that happens, we always get asked what else you can do to stay entertained and still have a great day. Of course, none of them are as good as diving, but we have to admit, they are still a lot of fun, and in some cases, not to be missed even if the weather is great!

  • Keys Skis Watersports

    197 Ocean Dr
    Key Largo, FL

    (305) 451-0047

    Keys Skis & Adventures is the place to go for fun in the sun with jet ski rental (wave runners). We have a convenient location open 7 days a week from sunrise to sunset. Explore the beautiful Key Largo sights.

  • Dolphin Cove

    MM 101.9
    Bayside
    Key Largo, FL

    Dolphin Cove is a marine education and dolphin swim facility where you can interact with the dolphins. They have hands-on structured programs, and also free swim non-structred snorkel swims. It is the encounter of a lifetime.

  • Florida Keys Wild Bird Sanctuary

    MM 93.6
    Key Largo, FL

    The Florida Keys Wild Bird Center’s mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and release native and migratory wild birds that have been harmed or displaced, to provide or locate a humane shelter for those birds that cannot be released.

    Photograph of Treasure Village
  • Jacobs Aquatic Center

    320 Laguna Ave
    Key Largo, FL
    305-453-SWIM

    The Aquatic center has 3 pools, a 25 meter 8 lane competition pool with 3 meter and 1 meter diving, a 22x44 with a ramp, and an interactive play pool/water park featuring a pirate ship, spray gun gym and a beachfront entry. Open 7 days a week 10am-6pm.

    Photograph of Treasure Village
  • Theater of the Sea

    MM 84.7
    OceanSide
    Islamorada, FL

    Family owned since 1947, with up cloase and personal shows with Dolphins, Sea Lions, Bottomless boats, Tropical Gardens, Parrots, Walking paths, Turtles, Sharks, and Rays are all featured at this 17 Acre park. Bring the whole family. Open 365 days a year, 9:30am to 5pm.

    Photograph of Treasure Village

Here are some other interesting things to do while in the Keys:

  • John Pennekamp State Park

    Mile Marker 102.5 Key Largo
    www.pennekamppark.com

    Established in 1963, John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park was the first undersea park in the United States. Great for camping, picknicking, Kayaking and boating. Glass bottom boat and mangrove tours.

  • Garl's Coastal Kayaking

    Key Largo
    www.garlscoastalkayaking.com

    Garl's coastal kayaking features Everglades tours and Kayak rentals. Honestly, this is not a tour/experience not to be missed, nearly everyone on our crew loves it, and it is your chance to see Everglades national park up close and you will quickly realize why it was designated as a National Park.

  • Rosa Del Mar Sailing

    MM100, Key Largo
    www.rosadelmarsailing.com

    Rosa Del Mar Sailing specializes in private sailing and snorkeling charters and vacations in Key Largo for up to 6 persons. Come feel the warm tropical breezes and relax to island-style music as we sail Key Largo and the rest of the islands of the fabulous Florida Keys. From sunset cruises to overnight sailing vacations, we can help plan your high-seas adventure!

  • Aquaholic Adventures

    MM97.5, Key Largo
    www.aquaholicadventures.com

    We specialize in paddleboard and kayak rentals, lessons, guided tours, exercise classes, paddleboard yoga classes,kids camps,race training, physical fitness programs and more!  We can also  come to you! No matter what you are looking for, we can fit all your paddlebaording needs. We offer several board options and classes to choose from!

  • African Queen

    Mile Marker 100, Key Largo
    www.africanqueenflkeys.com

    The iconic vessel the African Queen is located in Key Largo Florida. Made famous in the 1951 movie of the same name starring Humphrey Bogart and Katherine Hepburn she still remains a timeless classic. This famous steamboat is available for daily canal cruises and dinner cruises in the Port Largo Canal area and also for private events.

  • Jule's Undersea Lodge

    Key Largo Undersea Park
    www.jul.com

    When guests visit Jules' Undersea Lodge in Key Largo, Florida, they discover that the name is no marketing gimmick. Just to enter the Lodge, one must actually scuba dive 21 feet beneath the surface of the sea. Jules' really is underwater. Diving through the tropical mangrove habitat of the Emerald Lagoon and approaching the world's only underwater hotel is quite an experience. Even from the outside, Jules' big 42 inch round windows cast a warm invitation to come in and stay a while, relax and get to know the underwater world that so few of us have even visited.

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