Florida Keys By Sam Bailey

Florida Key's Area.
Snorkeling and sailboating would be a main activity
Deep Sea fishing for the next day.

Explore the Dry Tortugas and Fort Jefferson.

Fort Jefferson is the largest brick masonry structure in the Americas, and is composed of over 16 million bricks.

The fort itself is around 47 square acres total and has been around since the Civil War. It was used as a prison base in the Civil War, as well as a defense to the Florida coastline.

During the Cold War, a nuclear silo was planned to be built at Fort Jefferson, but the idea was scrapped due to the difficulty of managing a silo on such a small island that far from the coast.

Travel and look at a few of the sites on the 70 mile trail through the Keys.
The Florida Keys offer scuba diving trips.
Key West has an extremely popular restaurant called Flagler Station Railway Historeum
Go to the Theater of the Keys to watch the shows.
Created By
Sam Bailey


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