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The Weather in Big Pine Key
You can see our climate diagram above. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Big Pine Key, with temperatures going under 66° The rainiest month is July while the driest month is February.
Put your feet up in paradise at a sunny vacation home on Big Pine Key
On Florida's Big Pine Key, the lodging options are enviable the world over. Here you can have a beach bungalow within earshot of lapping waves, or a jungle retreat where tiny deer may stop by. All you need now is the perfect book to relax with.
No Name Pub is the kind of lazy hideaway bar everyone daydreams of when planning a Keys getaway. Grab a picnic table outside, or a barstool under the dollar bill-covered ceiling inside, and slowly sip on an ice-cold beer to go with their famous pub chili.
For the freshest fish and seafood, Keys Cuisine is a true catch. Their conch salad and sandwich screams authentic Florida Keys, and the fried hogfish is a specialty. This place is the real deal, right down to their casual, little Keys-esque roadside shack.
Visit community-run Grimal Grove, around since 1955, to support their farm-to-table fruit farm and park. For foodies it's heaven on Earth, with their on-site shop and various events held throughout the year. The Tropical Fruit Fiesta each June will make your Keys trip complete.
Take the surreal overseas highway across the seven-mile bridge to non-profit Crane Point Museum & Nature Center. See the George Adderley House Museum showcasing a 1903 property built in the old local style. Then hit the bird rehab center at the Marathon Wild Bird Center.
At the Caribbean-like Coupon Bight Aquatic Preserve, look for coral, colorful fish, exotic shells, seagrass and jellyfish from a kayak; rentals are available from Big Pine Kayak Adventures. Bring a snorkel along for an even closer look at the ocean's treasures.
The Florida Keys are the exclusive home of a pretty and petite species of deer called the key deer, the smallest in North America. At National Key Deer Wildlife Refuge, try to spot one from their viewing platforms, where you'll also see other Floridian critters.
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