Exciting Florida Keys Activities
Take the Plunge
The clear blue waters of Key Largo offer the perfect place to partake in exciting Florida Keys activities, including fishing, eco tours, watersports, and of course, diving.
Diving – The “Diving Capital of the World” boasts the perfect combination of translucent water, colorful coral reefs and untouched natural habitats. One of the top Key Largo travel destinations is John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, the nation’s first underwater park, located just a short trip north of our hotel. The park is home to plentiful canoeing, hiking, kayaking and swimming opportunities, and the park’s most beautiful reefs can be viewed from glass-bottom boats, or by snorkeling or scuba diving. Other prime diving areas nearby include Molasses Reef and Spiegel Grove. Visit the Adventure Concierge to learn more.
Eco-Tours – Exploring the unique ecosystems of South Florida on an eco-tour is one of the top activities in Islamorada. The waters that surround Ocean Pointe Resort Suites & Marina are ecologically notable for their mix of saltwater and freshwater and for their vast array of fascinating wildlife, including dolphins, crocodiles, sea turtles and manatees. You can even swim with some of South Florida’s most friendly creatures at Dolphins Plus, a dolphin and marine mammal education facility offering swim sessions with sea lions and dolphins, located just 15 minutes north of Ocean Pointe Resort. Visit the Adventure Concierge to learn more.
Fishing – The Florida Keys provide the perfect launching point for successful big game fishing trips, and multiple fishing records have been set in the area. Other watersports include power boating, scuba diving, kayaking or canoeing, and jet skiing. No matter what kind of adventure you’re after, you’ll find it at Ocean Pointe Resort Villas & Marina. Visit the Adventure Concierge to learn more.
Attractions – Learn a bit about the history of Islamorada by visiting the Florida Keys History of Dive Museum. The museum, dedicated to collecting, preserving, displaying and interpreting artifacts, documents and more from under the sea, celebrates the special role the Florida Keys have played in diving culture. For a faster-paced educational experience, try the Theater of the Sea, a marine animal park offering up-close-and-personal performances complete with dolphins, sea lions and stingrays in lush, tropical gardens, along with many other sea animals. Visit the Adventure Concierge to learn more.