Located at Mile Marker 30 Big Pine Key & the Lower Keys attract visitors and residents to the area with its relaxing, natural environment and serene mangrove islands. Some Big Pine Key real estate affords considerable land amid tall pines and unspoiled wilderness. Larger than Key West's 7.4 square miles, Big Pine Key is 9.8 square miles.
Big Pine Key & the Lower Keys are known as the Natural Keys. Eco tourists come to the Lower Keys for hiking, birding, kayaking and snorkeling. The attitude is laid-back, and here, you can unwind and relax. The Lower Keys are home to the National Key Deer Refuge, a protected zone for tiny key deer, which roam Big Pine Key. And for breathtaking views, watersports and camping, check out Bahia Honda State Park, voted one of America's Top 10 Beaches, at Mile Marker 37.
Big Pine Key is made up of a close-knit small town population, conscientiously focused on protecting the local natural environment and the island's fragile ecosystems. Much of the island is a federally protected wildlife habitat. Real estate remains surprisingly affordable considering the natural beauty and surroundings. Untouched and undisturbed, Big Pine is a momento of times past.
The tropical environment and scenery alone is astonishing. You won't have a difficult time making a life-changing choice to become a resident of this lush Florida Key community.
Located nearby is Big Pine Academy, a school that is part of the Monroe County School System. This school serves Pre-K to 7th grade students in the area.
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