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The Map of Big Pine Key.

Big Pine and the Lower Keys, the home of the Key Deer.


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Big Pine Key is a razor larger area when compared to the rest of the Keys in the area.

The speed limit is strictly enforced by the law in these roads because this is the home of an endangered animal species...the famous Key Deer of Big Pine Key!

Big Pine and the Lower Keys covers the area from the southern end of the seven miles bridge, pass Marathon, Sunshine Key, Bahia Honda Key and Spanish Harbor Key. It's a group of islands that extends all the way to Stock Island, a short distance from Key West.

Small key deer of Big Pine Key looking  at the camera.

Eco-tourism is the main attraction of this town.

Animal species like the Key Deer (600 to 800 roams these areas) and the Great White Heron(a variety of bird having long plumes during breeding season and long legs, also known as the White Egret)

You can see other wild life, alligators, turtles and other species at the Blue Hole, one famous place at Big Pine Key.

Looe Key Reef is located seven miles of shore and is considered one of the most beautiful reefs on the Florida Keys.

You can see other wild life, alligators, turtles and other species at the Blue Hole, one famous place at Big Pine Key.

Looe Key Reef is located seven miles of shore and is considered one of the most beautiful reefs on the Florida Keys.

Exclusive world known resorts like the Little Pine Island, know for the good food, the environment and quietness...a perfect get away!

The fishing is excellent at the Lower Keys, snapper and tarpon are abundant here. Diving, kayaking, canoeing, boating and nature trail hiking are the other activities of preference at the Lower Keys.

The beaches at Bahia Honda are good beaches with beautiful scenarios and plenty of space for privacy.

The National Key Deer Refuge in Big Pine Key, the  information board located at the Blue Hole.

As you can see in the Big Pine Key map is a large group of island and many have to be reach by boat, taking your time to plan your trip here will save you time later.

The Big Pine Key visitor's center will give you all the information that you might need.

At 31281 Overseas Hwy, Big Pine Key, Fl. 33040. (305) 872-7447. Or (866) 539-7386.



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