Want to get way off the grid?

Come to Our Florida Island.

 

Like to rough it in comfort?

Come on down.

 

Want to go glamping on a houseboat docked at a private island in the tropical Keys? - Our Florida Island is ready.


Enjoy your morning coffee under the starry sky, watch the bright orange sunrise, and eat breakfast by the campfire or on deck. Watch the pelicans and other seabirds dive for their breakfast too.

 

EXPLORING

 

Enjoy the sea breeze as you cruise by boat around all the little islands. Explore uninhabited isles and sunny sand bars and head for the vast open Gulf of Mexico or out into the Atlantic Ocean. You can go for a swim or dive, or enjoy a relaxing picnic in the peaceful beauty of tropical paradise. Explore Our Florida Island. Look through the clear water for giant conch, starfish, and lobsters of all sizes. You may spot manatees or dolphins passing by.

 

FISHING

 

Grab a spin rod and cast from the island or the dock. Take your boat out into the Gulf or the ocean. Sit in a deck chair and trail your line. Check out the lobsters and crabs roaming through the seagrass.

 

The fish are everywhere and they're biting.

 

KAYAKING

 

The water at the back of Our Florida Island is like clear blue-green glass. Take one of the three kayaks or the two paddleboards out to explore. You may see a polka-dotted stingray or colorful tropical fish.

 

WILDLIFE

 

On Our Florida Island, you are surrounded by Mother Nature day and night. You will experience the best of Florida Keys' wildlife including seabirds and wading birds, stingrays and starfish, manatees and dolphins, conch and lobster and crabs, sea urchins and anemones, all kinds of fish and the occasional nurse shark. The Keys has lots of native wildlife to enjoy. 


Please note that iguanas are not native to Florida so it's best to let them feed on their own. They have plenty to eat on

Our Florida Island. 

 

COOKING

 

On Our Florida Island, you are surrounded by Mother Nature day and night. You will experience the best of Florida Keys' wildlife including seabirds and wading birds, stingrays and starfish, manatees and dolphins, conch and lobster and crabs, sea urchins and anemones, all kinds of fish and the occasional nurse shark. The Keys has lots of native wildlife to enjoy. 


Please note that iguanas are not native to Florida so it's best to let them feed on their own. They have plenty to eat on Our Florida Island.