Call us bias, but in our opinion, there’s no better place to head to on a road trip this spring break than Hawks Cay. With the perfect set up for a safe, socially distanced vacation, Hawks Cay has everything needed right on-site to keep everyone in the family happy, including round the clock programming and entertainment, multiple restaurants with outdoor and grab and go options, as well as plenty of space to find a quiet piece of paradise to call your own for the day or even just an hour.
We know the vacation starts with the journey, so here are our recommendations for the top Keys-y things to do as you make your way down to Mile Marker 61:
Take in the Views on the Overseas Highway
The Overseas Highway offers some of the most scenic road trip experiences in the U.S. With views of turquoise waters, photo ops, and interesting pitstops along the way, you’ll never get bored on your drive down to Duck Key.
Sample Florida Keys Classic Desserts
You can't visit the Florida Keys without sampling some Keys classics. As you head down to the resort, check out Mrs. Mac's in Key Largo for a slice of its world-famous key lime pie. Bonus: Make a detour at Key Largo Chocolates & Ice Cream for more homemade treats.
Take a History Lesson
Learn a little Florida Keys history on a stop at the History of Diving Museum in Islamorada. The museum houses one of the world’s largest collections of historic dive equipment, memorabilia, photographs, films, books, and more.
Feed Giant Tarpon at Robbie's Marina
Stop by Robbie's Marina in Islamorada to participate in a Florida Keys classic experience - feeding the giant tarpon! The large gamefish can grow up to eight feet in size and are a must-see. Don't forget to snap a boomerang to make all your insta-followers jealous.
After a stop by Robbie's, head straight to Duck Key. We'll be waiting for you.
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