- City Marina: At Cedar Key Public Marina, boat ramps and slips are available. Reservations are required for extended stays, by calling city hall at 352-543-5132. In addition to the city marina there are also a public fishing pier, and private marinas (see business directory).
- Swimming/Picnic Areas: Cedar Key City Park offers a swimming area with gazebo, picnic tables, and restrooms,. Outer islands have isolated swimming beaches.
- Rentals: Canoes, kayaks, boats. Charters are also available. Visit our business directory for contact information.
- Supplies: Bait shops and grocery store available in Cedar Key.
Cedar Key is an island that is part of the "Cedar Keys". It is located in West Central Florida on the Gulf of Mexico. It is a short drive from Gainesville and Ocala. Cedar Key was named for the trees that once grew here It was settled in the 1840s by Augustus Steel The region supplied salt to the Confederacy by boiling sea water. It is now known as the "Nature Coast" of Florida, and attracts bird watchers, star gazers, and nature lovers from all over the country.