Updates on Key West and the Florida Keys
We’re excited to hear that Key West is starting to come back from the devastation of the Hurricane. We recommend that families try to plan a visit to the Keys in the near future to help get them back on their feet. The residents of the Keys have been great hosts over the years and now is the opportunity for Tourists to give back. Stay tuned for information on what attractions, lodging, and restaurants have re-opened.
- Please continue to drive safely
- It’s always best to call ahead to confirm that restaurants, lodging, and attractions are open
Key West and Marathon airports are open, the Port of Key West is hosting cruise ships and the Florida Keys Overseas Highway/US 1 is clear to Key West.
Transportation to and from Key West
- The Florida Keys Overseas Highway is open and accessible
- The Key West and Marathon airports are open
- Port of Key West is open
Key West Events
- Fantasy Fest October 20-29
- Humphrey Bogart Film Festival October 18-22 (Key Largo)
- Stone Crab Eating Contest October 21 (Marathon)
Key West Attractions
- Sunset Watersports is open
- Theater of the Sea (Islamorada): Some attractions will open October 15, 2017 and reopen for general admission on November 15, 2017
- Pennekamp Sate Park (Mile Marker 102.5 in )- Not yet open for boat tours, glass bottom boat, and boat rentals.
- Conch Train Tour is open
- Hemmingway Home is open
- Key West Shipwreck Museum is open
Hotels in Key West
- Parrot Key Hotel Resort- Reopening December 1
- Hawk’s Kay Resort (Duck Key)- Not yet open
- Cheeca Lodge and Spa- Not yet open
- Moorings (Scenes from TV show Bloodline): Not yet open
Key West Restaurants
- Louie’s Backyard is open
- Sloppy Joes is open
- Blue Heaven opens Saturday 10/14
Great Resources for more Information
We are doing our best to keep you updated. If you see that we don’t have correct info or need to update or want us to add, please kindly comment below. Thank you.