Things to Do Around Cedar Key
You want to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life? Cedar Key is the place! Boasting some of the best fishing spots around and enough wildlife to keep you in awe for hours, Cedar Key is a rare part of Florida that is still rich in natural beauty and a perfect specimen of what the Sunshine State used to be. Explore our unique and historic seaside community by foot, boat, bike or golf cart. Visit the museums, art galleries and shops. Fish from the city pier, your own boat or hire one of the excellent local guides. Dine on Cedar Key clams, oysters, stone crab and fresh fish among other delightful cuisine at a variety of local restaurants.
Lower Suwannee Wildlife Refuge
Great place to hike in the spring, fall and winter. Many different trails and beautiful area from uplands out to the salt marshes!
Cedar Key Museum State Park
Cedar Key Museum offers guests a chance to go back in time to experience the history of the gulf coast area.
Cedar Key Historical Society
The Cedar Key Historical Society is educational organization dedicated to the preservation of the historic heritage of the Cedar Keys.
Nature Coast Biological Station
The mission of the NCBS is to enhance the conservation and sustainability of natural resources throughout the Nature Coast
Cedar Key Chamber of Commerce
We are a community of quaint cottages, single-family homes, working water front and aquaculture structures.
Cemetery Point Boardwalk
The park belongs to the City of Cedar Key and is now being developed with a recreation grant from the Florida EPA.
Lil Shark Park
Visit the small beach, park and playground for children! Bring a picnic lunch, some floats and enjoy some time in the sand.
Shell Mound Archaeological Site
Shell Mound is a large shell-bearing archaeological site that was once the location of special gatherings for Native American groups.
We offer Cedar Key Sunset Tours, Island Taxis and Coastal Estuary Tours. Come join us on our next trip!