Things to Do in Islamorada on the Florida Keys Beaches
While surrounded by the bountiful waters of the Atlantic Ocean and Florida Bay, the Florida Keys are not known for their miles of sandy beaches. Due to to our island formations made of fossilized coral, beaches can be hard to find without the help of a local. That’s where the friendly and helpful staff of Lookout Lodge Resort come in to show you the way to the best beaches in Islamorada. In fact, our property boasts a protected sandy beach area that steps into the waters of Florida Bay. Call our concierge at (305) 852-9915 to learn more about nearby public beaches and other things to do in Islamorada.
Marker 88 Beach
A Keys tradition since 1967, Marker 88 offers beachside dining & amazing sunsets. Located on one of the few natural beaches in the Florida Keys, Marker 88 serves fresh Florida seafood, prime steaks, and chicken in an elegant Keys Casual setting on Florida bay. Open for lunch and dinner daily from 11 am to 10 pm. For groups and weddings, Marker 88 can accommodate up to 150 guests for inside seating, and up to 250 for outside seating.
Anne’s Beach – A Florida Keys Beach
Located at Mile Marker 73.5, Anne’s Beach is a public park that features a boardwalk with handicapped access, sheltered picnic tables, restrooms and ample parking. It is where you can enjoy a shallow, sandy beach and ocean swimming. Anne’s Beach also has a boardwalk that lets you tour the ecosystem present in the mangroves and buttonwood trees that protect the beach.
Founder’s Park is an expansive park on the bay with a fishing jetty, tennis courts, Olympic-size pool, dog park and playground. Founders Park is also known for a sandy lagoon beach complete with restrooms and showers. It is here that you can rent Hobie cats, paddleboats and other watercraft to take out on the water. Founders Park is located on Florida Bay at Mile Marker 87, which is only a mile from Lookout Lodge Resort. Stop by our concierge to receive a discount pass to Founders Park.