- The list below includes 28 free or cheap things to do in or near Key Largo, Florida, including 32 different types of inexpensive activities like Fishing, Snorkeling, National & State Parks and Nature & Wildlife Areas.
- From John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park to Harry Harris Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Key Largo and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Tavernier and Homestead.
85% 4092 votes
Overseas Highway, FL 33037 MoreLess Info
Encompassing around 70 nautical square miles, the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park is an underwater eco-park featuring snorkeling tours, scuba diving, and kayaking. There are also opportunities for camping, fishing, swimming, and picnicking.
92% 26 votes
103900 Overseas Highway, FL 33037 MoreLess Info
Scales 2 Tales is a fishing charter company that offers exciting experiences for those looking for a thrill. The company takes guests on deep-sea fishing day trips seeking sharks, grouper, tarpon and other game fish.
90% 908 votes
93600 Overseas Hwy, Tavernier, FL 33070 MoreLess Info
The Florida Keys Wild Bird Rehabilitation Center attracts each year more than 50,000 visitors. Since it was first opened, it has rescued and released all kinds of birds, from pigeons and doves to owls and hawks.
98% 49 votes
221 Bristol Ct, Tavernier, FL 33070 MoreLess Info
With a knowledgeable captain on their side, visitors can received personalized instructions and tips for catching fish, including sharks, with Captain Dave Perkins Fishing Charters. The tour takes visitors through the Florida Keys while fishing for redfish, snapper, and more.
92% 74 votes
45 Garden Cove Dr, FL 33037 MoreLess Info
The Round Up Fishing Charters Private Tours give guests a one on one experience to fish the abundant waters off the coast of Key Largo. The company offers both day and night fishing trips, fishing for tuna, mahi mahi and more.
85% 210 votes
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The Benwood Wreck is a 1910 English-built ship that was sunk in 1942 and is now home to a colorful and vibrant array of fish and coral. Experienced night divers enjoy the site for its bioluminescent creatures.
97% 129 votes
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As the oldest active US military vessel, the USCG Duane was intentionally sunk in 1987 to create an artificial reef. The wreck is popular for experienced scuba divers due to its strong currents.