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Florida Keys Along U.S. Highway 1 (Difficult...Don't Try)

The Florida Keys are a 112-mile archipelago of about 1,700 islands in the southeast United States. They begin at the southeastern tip of the Florida peninsula, about 15 miles (24 km) south of Miami, and extend in an arc southwest by south and then westward. U.S Highway 1 is also known as the "Overseas Highway".
Only islands with "Key" in the name
Some uninhabited keys not listed.
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Last updated: October 6, 2018
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First submittedOctober 5, 2018
Times taken176
Average score23.1%
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Mile Marker
Lower Key
0-4
Key West
5.25
Raccoon Key/Key Haven
6.5-8
Boca Chica Key
9-9.5
Rockland Keys
10
Big Coppitt Key
11.25
Shark Key
12-16
Saddlebunch Keys
17
Lower Sugarloaf Key
18
Park Key
19-20
Sugarloaf Key
21-23
Cudjoe Key
24-25
Summerland Key
27
Ramrod Key
28-28.5
Torch Keys
30-32
Big Pine Key
34-35
Scout Key
37-38
Bahia Honda Key
38.75
Ohio Key/Sunshine Key
39.25
Missouri Key
39.75
Little Duck Key
Mile Marker
Middle Key
45
Pigeon Key
47
Knights Key
48-53
Vaca Key
48
Boot Key
53-55
Fat Deer Key
53.75
Shelter Key
56
Long Point Key
56.5
Crawl Key
58-60
Grassy Key
Mile Marker
Upper Key
61
Duck Key
62-63
Conch Key
66-70
Long Key
70
Fiesta Key
72
Craig Key
74-77
Lower Matecumbe Key
80-83
Upper Matecumbe Key
85
Windley Key
86-90
Plantation Key
91-107
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