Worth the admission fee for sure. Would love to have my wedding here. Cloud azur blue water and white beaches near a pine forrest.
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Not much to do but walk around and kinda figure out on your own what was want. This use to be on the Navy Base but since it got turned over to Parks and Rec. It almost seems like no one cares. No Tours No...More
Fort Zachary Taylor is a wonderful historical site that is completely under-presented. The self-tour guide is a water downed presentation of a few key features but does nothing to outline of the history and significance of this significant installation. If you have the chance to...More
Fort Zachary Taylor State Park is rich with options for families. couples and individuals visiting Key West. The beach is small, but lovely, with rental chairs and equipment. The snack bar, often crowded serves a variety of typical beach food, wine and beer at reasonable...More
After our first night going to Mallory Square for sunset, the crowd was overwhelming. We came here instead the second night and it was lovely. There was someone playing acoustic guitar very well, and the view was great. I'd love to back someday and see...More
This is a lovely park and a great destination by bike. The fort is interesting and they have free tours included in the nominal admission price of $2.50 per person. There are picnic areas and nice views of the cruise ships. It was too cool...More
Absolute best beach on the island! Sandy and beautiful with some great rocky piles to snorkel around. I have seen rays, parrot fish and a ton of other beautiful fish while snorkelling there on a calm day. You can rent chairs and snorkels at the...More
Nice fort, about half size of Tortugas fort. At The walking path behind the fort, there were several iguanas near the water.... really cool to see 4 foot iguana in the wild ! Enjoy seeing the giant cannons and the amazing brick architecture.