Florida Oldscool Camper Rentals loves beaches...
80000 Overseas Highway, Islamorada, Florida 33036
The Florida Key are unique to the rest of Florida. One thing that differs is the beaches. The keys consist of shallow water rough coral sand when there is a beach, and no waves (unless off shore storms are blowing). Now don't get me wrong, I love the keys! But what make the keys so special is not the beach, but the clarity of the water, and the things that live in it. So, before you go, educate yourself on the public beaches, so when you are ready to cool down, you know where to go!
Anne's Beach is a gorgeous stretch along A1A at MM74 that stretches alongside the ocean. This is a great place to stop while traveling the keys, and its FREE! They also offer tables for a quiet tropical picnic. A winding boardwalk offers a scenic stroll.
The nature was absolutely gorgeous! The true beauty starts upon entering the water. Tidal flats with scalloped beaches, covered with inches of water. At first glance no wildlife seems to be string, but looking more closely I start seeing little creatures. From the transparent minnows darting around in the turquoise water. Crabs running away sideways, but when they stop they disappear in the surrounding sand. Small conchs, and hermit crabs ducking back into their home, with the slightest disturbance, looking like an abandoned shell.
Anne's Beach has two parking lots (one with restrooms), connected by a boardwalk, several picnic pavilions, most with steps leading down to the beach. It is located at MM 74, just over the Overseas Highway on Matecumbe key in the town of Islanorada.
Anne's beach is open from sunrise to sunset everyday. There is no fees...it's free!
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