Curry Hammock State Park
Welcome to Curry Hammock State Park
Striking in its seclusion along a stretch of the Keys known for development, even those with the most feverish wanderlust will stop to appreciate this untarnished sanctuary.
Halfway between Key Largo and Key West, sits 1,000 acre Curry Hammock State Park and is the largest uninhabited parcel of land between Key Largo and Big Pine Key. The park protects large areas of mangrove swamp, rockland hammocks and seagrass beds essential to the Florida Keys ecosystem. The park is an ideal destination to kayak and paddleboard, and with the Atlantic Ocean as a backdrop, it's easy to understand why this stunning plot of land was left as nature intended.
The shallow, protected waters of Curry Hammock State Park make an ideal place for paddlers, with a beautiful mangrove creek and miles of pristine coastline. Bring your own equipment or inquire at the ranger station about rentals. When the wind is blowing, the oceanfront is a popular place to launch windsurfers and kiteboards.
There are great opportunities for birding year-round within the park. Shallow water fishing is available on both the ocean and bay sides of the park. Hikers enjoy a moderately difficult 1.5-mile trail through the bayside hammock of the park. A variety of Ranger-led activities are offered, please call the Ranger Station at (305) 289-2690 for more information.
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