Big Pine and the Lower Keys start around Mile Marker 37 where Bahia Honda National Park is located and continues through about Mile Marker 13 to Bay Point Area.
Big Pine Key offers the main shopping area located at Mile Marker 33 right off of Key Deer Blvd.
Explore the nature trails in the National Key Deer Refuge where it is mostly undeveloped and where the Key Deer reside. You can also go to the Blue Hole which was an abandoned rock quarry that was used for nearby road fills and Henry Flagler’s Overseas Railroad.
While in Big Pine you should visit the notorious No Name Pub but you may have to ask a local for directions!
For even more information about the Big Pine Key & Lower Keys area click the name and it will bring you to the Florida Keys official website which gives even more information on accomodations, restaurants and more!
Other lower keys areas include: Little Torch Key, Middle Torch Key, Big Torch Key, Ramrod Key, Summerland Key, Cudjoe Key and Sugarloaf Key.