One Of The Mot Charming & Beautiful Places In Floida!
The quaint, old fashioned City of Cedar Key is located
approximately one hour southwest of Gainesville and is
connected it to the east coast and it became a major supplier
of seafood and timber products to the northeast. It
believe that it hasn’t become overwhelmed with tourists.
It’s unspoiled natural environment and charming village
has made it a haven for artists and writers. It is a tropical
paradise where visitors enjoy walking the historic streets,
browsing the shops and galleries, exploring the back bayous,
long strolls on the beach, and enjoying the worldfamous
restaurants, featuring seafood fresh from local
nearby Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge where
guides are available to take parties for off-shore trips to
the outer islands. A public marina with boat docking is
available as well.
As federally protected sanctuaries, the Cedar Keys
form a chain of barrier islands, ideally suited to a vast
range of migratory and shore birds, including the elusive
white pelican, roseate spoonbill and bald eagle. The variety
of natural habitats, from salt marshes to Indian shell
mounds, makes this truly a nature lover’s paradise.
Anytime is a great time to visit Cedar Key, however, annually,
thousands of visitors come to enjoy the Old Florida
Celebration of the Arts in April, the Fourth of July Celebration,
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and the October Seafood
OTHER CEDAR KEY
CEDAR KEY HISTORICAL
MUSEUM - Explore Cedar
Key’s rich history in it’s Historical
on State Road 24 and 2nd
Street in downtown Cedar
Key, the Lutterloh Building
and Andrews House are
home to exhibits detailing
the picturesque village’s
history dating back to prehistoric
times. Exhibits include
Native American artifacts,
the 2nd Seminole
Indian War, John Muir’s
Journey, Cedar Pencil Industry,
Seafood and Clam
Industry, Florida Railroad
and Donax Broom Manufacturing.
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