- TripBuzz discovered 24 different types of activities for couples in the Cedar Key area, including National & State Parks (like Cedar Key Museum State Park), Art Gallery (like Cedar Keyhole), Kayaking (like Kayak Cedar Keys) and Nature & Wildlife Areas (like Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 12 date ideas in or near Cedar Key, Florida, all of which are located within the city of Cedar Key.
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#4 Dock Street, Cedar Key City Marina, Cedar Key, FL 32625 MoreLess Info
Airboat rides and boat rentals and tours with Tidewater Tours are an experience of the waters around Cedar Key and local Suwannee Natural Wildlife Refuges. History, education, birds, dolphins, and other animals are seen on almost every trip.
Flying Fish Airboat Adventures offers airboat tours of Florida Cedar Key. Patrons gain an educational experience along with an airnboat ride as they observe wildlife including a bird sanctuary and hunt for alligators over wetlands.
An artists' co-op and gallery, Cedar Keyhole is an art gallery that showcases the works of local and regional artists in a variety of different media. The gallery features works in glass, metal, wood, and other materials.
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East End of Dock Street, Cedar Key, FL 32625 MoreLess Info
Cedar Key Boat Rental & Island Tours offers both boat rentals and scenic cruises for exploration of Cedar Key and the surrounding islands. The company also offers special events such as island weddings, moonlight cruises and even burials at sea.
Cedar Key Paddling is a rental authority offering kayak, paddleboard, and canoe rentals. Fishing Kayaks, tandem kayaks, and single kayaks are all available with fitted high back seats. Cedar Key also offers fishing advice on request.
Kayak Cedar Keys is a full service kayak livery that provides rentals of kayaks and paddleboards. They also offer guided tours usually lasting 3 to 4 hours where visitors can see historical island sites, rare wildlife and beautiful scenery.
Much wildlife and natural scenes are to be seen at Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge. The habitat is used as an educational source, retreats, exploring, and hunting is permitted during seasonal designated areas.