Shortly after you cross the famous Seven Mile Bridge, you will be in Big Pine Key and the Lower Keys. Big Pine Key is a little reminder of what the Keys used to be! This is a quiet region famous for family oriented neighborhoods and easy access to the water, untrammeled wilderness and home to The National Key Deer Refuge, where the majority of the Key Deer population can be found.
This close-knit, small-town community works conscientiously to protect the local environment, and real estate remains surprisingly affordable, considering its surroundings. Nearby is Bahia Honda State Park. Look for intriguing islands such as Big Torch Key, Little Torch Key, Cudjoe Key, No Name Key, Summerland Key, Sugarloaf Key, and Big Coppitt Key, all with excellent boating, fishing water access.
All are a short drive to Key West.
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