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This 200-year-old water front village is situated in the calm Gulf
waters among a spray of other islands. Best explored by
foot or bicycle, you can experience the history
of the awe-inspiring Shell Mound Park, the
natural wonder of the Cedar Kay National
Wildlife Refuge. Rent a golf cart to
explore the island, stopping by the two
Cedar Key Museums, or the many
art galleries, shops and boutiques
scattered among Cedar Key’s
picturesque streets.

Internationally known for its seafood,
the heart of Cedar Key is still its busy
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raised clams. Restaurants in town offer a
chance to enjoy the freshest seafood specializing
in oysters, clams and clam chowder.

Explore the vast blue Gulf of Mexico by boat. Kayaks, paddle
boards and motorboats are available for rent and the Cedar
Key Marina is the perfect spot to begin your adventure at sea.
A water taxi can shuttle you to one of the beautiful off-shore
islands for just a few hours or the whole
day. On your boat tour be sure to
look for playful, jumping dolphins.
This part of Florida is “Off-the-
Beaten-Path” and offers
an unforgetable experience!
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