It is home for the famous Key Deer who are protected and can be seen roaming freely all over the island. Big Pine is also the home of the Great White Heron.
Near by is the new Big Pine Park. It offers tennis, bocce, shuffleboard, exercise sites, softball, skateboarding, junior playground running and bike riding paths.
Deep-sea, reef, or flats fishing are some of your many choices. Divers and snorkelers will love Looe Key Reef and swimming at Bahia Honda State Park (voted America's Best Beach, 1992) nearby at mile marker 36.
Exciting Key West is only 30 minutes away were tourist shops, four-star restaurants, street entertainers,golf course and famous pubs are plentiful. Also enjoy the Sunset Celebration at Mallory Square
Other popular activities include dolphin encounters and eco-tours which take you to the heart of the National Wildlife Refuge.
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