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Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuge, Cedar Key
(4.9/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
The Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuge is part of the United States National Wildlife Refuge System, located near Cedar Key, at the western end of SR 24. The 891acre refuge was established in 1929.The Cedar Keys Wilderness Area (established in 1972) is part of the refuge, and consists of 379acre of its total area.
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  • We kayaked around Artesa Otie Island and trekked into the interior for a taste of tropical history. While fishing from our kayaks in a tranquil lagoon, we were surrounded by a pod of over ten bottleno...  more »
  • We came to this area 20 years ago & it hasn't changed, it's a hidden gem & one you must make the effort to see. It is a bit off the beaten track, but it is definitely worth it. The scenery is simply s...  more »
  • When in Cedar Key I look forward to exploring the Cedar Keys NWR. This includes the number of islands accessible by boat and kayak. We enjoyed photographing the Refuge and certainly the birding opport...  more »
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  • Visited many years.From Nj after Vietnam.When jail burned down early 1970s.Shell Mound great,pier very excellent.Hope it is maintained after I pass to the next youngsters to see this great country,AMERICA.
  • Lots to see and explore!