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Local lore has it that this sleepy little key was named not for its vegetation—mostly native trees and shrubs—but for an early settler by the name of Grassy. The key is inhabited primarily by a few families operating small fishing camps and roadside motels. There's no marked definition between it and Marathon, so it feels sort of like a suburb of its much larger neighbor to the south. Grassy
Key's sights tend toward the natural, including a worthwhile dolphin attraction and a small state park.
All of Bahia Honda Key is devoted to its eponymous state park, which keeps it in a pristine state. Besides the park's outdoor activities, it...
Welcome to the Keys' most natural holdout, where wildlife refuges protect rare and endangered animals. Here you’ve left behind the commercialism...