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Cedar Key is one of the oldest ports in the state, and when Florida's first railroad connected it to the east coast, it became a major supplier of seafood and timber products to the northeast. Today it has become a haven for artists and writers who find the unspoiled environment inspirational to their work. Many people visit each year to walk the historic streets browse the shops and galleries, explore the back bayous and enjoy the world-famous restaurants featuring seafood fresh from local waters. Annually, about 100,000 visitors come to enjoy the Old Florida Celebration of the Arts in April, the Fourth of July Celebration and the October Seafood Festival, as well as our Christmas Celebration, and recently Annual Pirate Invasions! In addition to excellent fishing, bird-watching and nearby nature trails, guides are available to take parties for off-shore trips to the outer islands. A public marina with boat docking is available. Federally protected sanctuaries, the Cedar Keys form a chain of barrier islands ideally suited to a vast range of migratory and shore birds, including the elusive white pelican, roseate spoonbill and bald eagle. The variety of natural habitats, from salt marshes to Indian shell mounds, makes this truly a nature lover's paradise. Visit us in the Heart of Florida's Nature Coast, a recreational paradise. We are a small, relaxed, island community located three miles out in the Gulf of Mexico. Rich in small town flavor, it is said Cedar Key is the Island community where time stands still. Cedar Key is located on Way Key, the largest island in the "Cedar Keys". The Cedar Keys make up one of the oldest bird and wildlife refuges in the United States. With its rich history and natural beauty, you may not want to leave!

  • Amenities:
  • Gift Shop,
  • Average Visit Time:
  • Multi-day,
  • Business Type:
  • Chambers & Visitors Bureaus, Welcome Centers,


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The Way We Worked

Now - October 24, 2014
The Cedar Key Historical Society is pleased to announce the arrival of the Museum on Main Street exhibit. The physical exhibit will be arriving on Wednesday September 3rd and the setup of the exhibit will be on Friday, September 5th, beginning at 9am and concluding at 4pm. The setup is under the direct supervision of Carol Harsh, from the Smithsonian in Washington D.C., and Alex Buell from the Florida Humanities Council. The exhibit will open for public viewing beginning on September 13th and will run through October 24th. Please see their website at for more information.


Photo Collection Opening Exhibit

Now - October 24, 2014
See Cedar Key through photographs of its people and how they worked through the years. Refreshments and hors d'oeuvres. All are welcome! Opening Reception is September 27, 2014, 5-7 pm.


1st Annual River Rummage Yard Sale

November 08, 2014
1st Annual River Rummage Yard Sale starts in Cedar Key on November 8, 2014. The route will then continue to Chiefland, then to Fanning Springs, and then end at Bell. This is open to the public, residents and businesses to participate with the Chamber for a great big Yard Sale!

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