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The Weather in Cedar Key
Find the Cedar Key climate diagram. The highest average temperatures are in the month of June. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Cedar Key, with temperatures going under 42° Bring your umbrella in September, the rainiest month of the year!
Unwind on Florida's Gulf Coast with a vacation home on Cedar Key
Cedar Key, formerly a busy port island, is now a quiet retreat perfect for recharging your batteries. Stay in a comfortable waterfront cottage with private dock, or choose a lodge nestled amongst the trees. Wherever you stay, you'll have access to a Floridian vacation paradise.
It may be no surprise that you'll find incredibly fresh and tasty seafood on Cedar Key. Visit Tony's Seafood Restaurant to sample their crowd-pleasing clam chowder. The airy dining room is housed within an attractive historical building.
Housed within a cottage and with a cozy dining area, Annie's Cafe offers a laid-back atmosphere and satisfying home-made dishes. Sit out back to take advantage of their deck and screened porch overlooking tropical wetlands, while nibbling on the Cedar Key Special Breakfast featuring mullet fish and grits.
Island way of life
Cedar Key Museum State Park is home to many cultural treasures. Start out by going back in time to when the railroad first arrived here, stepping into the 1920s Whitman House to learn about life in those days. Once back outside, don't miss the intriguing salt marsh path.
Cedar Key Arts Center houses a great art gallery and much more. Workshops and classes are offered for all ages, with an emphasis on boatbuilding, painting and jewelry making. They also organize the Old Florida Celebration of the Arts, held each April.
Experience Florida's Nature Coast
The wetlands around Cedar Key are home to manatees, or sea cows. These gentle giants are a protected species and thrive within Manatee Springs State Park. In the radiant teal pools and river here, visitors can swim with the sweet creatures.
Cemetery Point Park feels truly wild, with dense, tangled forests, exotic residents and watery surroundings. Navigate the length of their wooden boardwalk to find picnic tables, workout equipment, Frisbee golf areas, and a sandy beach.
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