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Middle Florida Keys stop for kayaking and snorkeling

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My husband and I (early 60's) will be spending 3 nights in Key West in early June. We check out on a Thursday and and plan to do the Anhinga Trail in Everglades NP on Friday. I am thinking it would be fun to kayak in the mangroves and or snorkel, maybe visit a small museum or historical site or two and then stay on one of the more quiet Keys. I have researched and found the state parks, and lots of suggested stops for those with more time, but I wanted to ask the Keys experts and or recent visitors "if you only had one day between Key West and Florida City where would you spend it?" Not interested in stopping lots and making it a hectic day, more interested in just a couple fun stops.

We are both very active, enjoy quirky museums, historical sites and stunning views. We are not interested in shopping, crowds, resorts or expensive restaurants. For the over night stop, beachfront would be a plus as would a good local restaurant.

Thanks for your input!

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