This is a must do in Key West. A nice view. Nice to take a picture and enjoy the scenery. Also, they sell coconuts nearby so that was nice.
Southernmost point in the United States. If you travel the United States because you love it then this is a definite must-stop location. No, there's not really much there but a beautiful view and lots of people waiting to take pics but hey, it's something to talk about and remember. There are some gorgeous private homes up and down the... More
I guess having been there is something to talk about. But asides from that there is not much to see. A little bit of beach, some fencing and military installation on the horizon.
Listen, its hard to visit Key West without visiting this very touristy area. Yes, you will wait in line to take a picture but just enjoy it and get to know the people next to you. If you don't you will wonder why you don't have a picture of it. My sisters and I rode bikes from Smathers Beach and... More
Take a photo but you may wait in a line. We waited for 15 mins to get our pictures but if you are in the area, you should definitely go here for one. Nothing really else to say about this spot. Very touristy!
If you can go early you will miss most of the line. Late night makes for good pics also and almost nobody there then. We stop by everytime in KW for a pic, ride by it several times, it's just one of those places you have to see, and its free. Plaques to read give a brief history of the... More
Be prepared to see the long line of the people who want to take a picture of the Southernmost Point of the USA. Also you can see a part of the Navy base from here as well.
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