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This area also harbors Florida lobster and a wide variety of fish, so bring a rod. (Speed limit is 30.) When you get to Watson Boulevard, turn right. Just past the No Name Pub, before the bridge, are the Old Wooden Bridge cabins and kayak concession.
– Turn right (north) at the traffic light on Big Pine from U. You can launch here for a nominal fee, or you can continue another two miles across the bridge onto No Name Key. Note that the houses you see on No Name Key are self-sustaining.
Aside from multiple boat ramps, there are numerous causeways and bridges where you can just pull off to the side of the road and slide your kayak into the water.
And back roads will take you to even more launch points. – Just after you cross over to Big Pine from Bahia Honda, Long Beach Road is on your left at Mile Marker 33. Drive past the fish camp about a mile, where two coral rock pillars announce the entrance to Long Beach Estates.
(Photo by Bob Rountree) " data-medium-file="https://i0com/ Take your second right onto Northside Drive, then an immediate left onto Niles Road.For starters, there are fewer visitors here, other than Key West-bound island hoppers along the Overseas Highway.So, get off the highway and find your lost paradise.There’s room for two or three cars on the shoulder, and a path through the mangroves that is wide enough for kayaks and canoes on the north (bay) side. It’s very quiet and sheltered, and it leads out to the 4600-acre Coupon Bight Aquatic Reserve, a state-managed portion of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.Paddle around the islands and lagoons to view rare wading birds, snorkel the near-shore patch reefs.