is located at 2396 Overseas Highway,
Marathon, Florida - (305) 743-2552
Information about some attractions found in Marathon.
World class fishing
all over the Keys
Fish from the Swim/Fish platform or simply go a few hundred yards away to the
Grassy Key Marina and either rent a boat or dock your boat there... as our swim fish platform does NOT allow mooring of any motorized boats.
Restaurants in Marathon:
Best Key lime pie -
is only a block away
at The Wreck & Galley Grill
(walk to it on the same side of the road going north out of our driveway)
Mile Marker 59, 58835 Overseas Hwy.
Grassy Key , FL 33050
Key West, Information about
attractions in the Keys.
Curry Hammock State Park, MM 56.2, oceanside, Little Crawl Key.
Fishing, swimming and picnicking are available at this waterfront park.
Visit online at Curry Hammock
Key Colony Beach Golf & Tennis, 8th Street at MM 53.5, Key Colony Beach.
A nine-hole, par-3 public course is open seven days a week,
along with two lighted hard courts. Call 305-289-1533 for more information.
Boot Key Harbor, MM 49, oceanside, Marathon.
One of the United States' rare protected harbors with nearby docks, launching ramp, fuel,
boat rentals and restaurants.
Crane Point, MM 50.5 bayside, Marathon.
A 63.5-acre tract that is one of the most important historical and archaeological sites in
the Keys. Crane Point contains evidence of pre-Columbian and prehistoric Bahamian artifacts and was once the site of an entire
Indian village. The Museums of Crane Point include the Museum of Natural History of the Florida Keys and the Florida Keys Children's
Museum. For more information call 305-743-9100 or visit online Crane Point
Sombrero Beach, Sombrero Boulevard at MM 50, oceanside, Marathon.
A public beach with picnic facilities and children's playground.
Marathon Community Theatre, MM 49, oceanside, Marathon.
Comedies, musicals, dramatic presentations and readings are offered at the
theater. Call 305-743-0994 or visit online at Marathon Community Theatre
The Old Seven-Mile Bridge, MM 47, bayside, Marathon.
A historic and scenic spot for fishing, cycling, rollerblading and sunset viewing.
Pigeon Key, MM 47, bayside, Marathon.
Dotted with quaint cottages, the historic Pigeon Key formerly served as a camp for laborers
erecting the Seven Mile Bridge. This island now showcases a museum and offers opportunities to picnic and snorkel.
Call 305-743-5999 for more information.
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