Big Pine is one of the ‘natural Keys’ and can be found at mile marker 33 at the end of the westerly turn on the drive towards the southernmost point in the Florida Keys island chain. This island has large areas of undeveloped pineland and hardwood hammocks which is where you can find the small Key Deer who run wild on the island along with other native wildlife. Big Pine is also the jumping point for numerous snorkel and dive excursions to the 210-foot wreck of the Adolphus Busch, Sr., and Looe Key coral reef within the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary located six miles south of the island. Big Pine Key has a population of a little over 5,000 and is located about 30 minutes by car from the Key West International Airport and about the same distance back to the airport located in downtown Marathon.
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