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Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuge, Cedar Key

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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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TripAdvisor
  • A lovely island with a short walk to a cemetery/memorial, land on the north side and follow the boardwalk. We were viciously assaulted by mosquitoes which kind of destroyed the tranquility..... The be...  more »
  • My daughter and I rented kayaks and paddled out to the island. We hiked the trail back to the cemetery, very interesting.  more »
  • This chain of small islands off Cedar Key are a paddler’s paradise. From several launch sites on Cedar Key, you can paddle out to historic Atsena Otie Key (once a major population center; now abandone...  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!