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Cedar Key

Cedar Key

Cedar Key Municipal Ramp

ceder_key_Rampat Dock & A Streets


Paved, 2 ramps

Parking Spaces 50


Parking: On weekends it can be tough to find parking if you do not arrive early. Weekdays are almost never a problem. During Cedar Key special events (Arts festival and Seafood festival) try to find a different ramp to launch from as parking will be impossible.   Cost: $10 per day. A yearly pass can be purchased from town hall for $130. Cedar Key property owners can purchase an annual pass for $10. NOTE: There is a new automated system for paying the daily ramp fee that is much better than the previous arrangement.   Other facilities: There is a Beach Park (roped off swimming area) to the east of the ramp with picnic area, playground and restrooms.


Atsena Otie Key

By Water 29.124849, -83.035455 

Atsena Otie Key (Historic Timeline)


atsenaMost public use at Cedar Keys is focused on Atsena Otie Key which is owned by the Suwannee River Water Management District and managed as part of the refuge. Here visitors will find a pier, interpretive information, composting toilet facility, and a walking trail that leads to a 19th century cemetery. An Indian midden and historic ruins of the Faber Mill are readily visible from the island entrance from the pier.


Island Beaches

The beaches of all other islands are open for public use with the exception of Seahorse Key from March 1 through June 30 annually when it is closed to all public entry, including a 300 foot buffer surrounding the island, to protect nesting birds. Interiors of all islands have thick undergrowth as well as poisonous snakes.

When accessing the islands, it is important to pay attention to the weather and tide conditions. All islands are surrounded by shallow mud flats. During low tides, they become relatively inaccessible by boat.

There are many other activities available at nearby Shell Mound Unit of Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge, including fishing, boating, ranger programs, and wildlife observation.


Dockside Motel

front2491 Dock Street

Cedar Key, Florida


No Website Listed

By Water   29.134733, -83.030995 (Note: you will need to keep your boat in Cedar Key Marina)





Cedar Cove Beach & Yacht Club

pic_02192 Second Street

Cedar Key FL 32625



By Water   29.137664, -83.028359

Go back in time to the island charm of Old Florida... to the unhurried, congenial Florida of 40 years ago. Cedar Key is the unspoiled island paradise where you will find shells and artifacts instead of crowds and ultimate relaxation instead of the hustle and bustle of the cities. Go fishing and boating in the balmy Gulf of Mexico or visit many of the surrounding islands of this national wildlife preserve. Enjoy sailing, shelling and sunbathing in the most pristine of waters.




Seahorse Landing

gulfside4050 "G" Street (corner of 6th & G Streets)

Cedar Key, Florida 32625



By Water 29.136506, -83.038220

Seahorse Landing is a unique condominium located in Cedar Key, Florida, a picturesque, quiet fishing and artist village with an interesting historic past. Cedar Key's deluxe 2 bedroom Gulf-front condominiums are on a beautiful bluff overlooking the beach and the Gulf of Mexico. Only fifteen units, they were designed to provide the ultimate enjoyment of the special qualities of this quaint coastal environment.

Seahorse Landingis the only rental condominium with pool and private boat dock located on Goose Cove. From this quiet neighborhood it is a five minute walk to the center of the Cedar Key Historic District. Seahorse Landing has beautiful views to the west and south. Breathtaking sunsets are common place at Cedar Key




Cedar Cove Marina

pic_04192 Second Street

Cedar Key Florida

352-213-0447 (ask for Ed)

Website Not Listed

By Water: 29.137670, -83.028349

Comments: This marina serves Cedar Cove Beach & Yacht Club.

Cedar Key Marina

cedar-key-marina-fishing12780 St. Rd. 24

Cedar Key, Fl. 32625



By Water: 29.1422, -83.0353

Comments: It use to be Willis Marina/p>

Cedar Key Dock and Marina


Cedar Key, Florida

By Water 29.135856,  -83.030626



Local Info. In order to get to the marina you must go under a small bridge, clearance can be tight. The marina does not have fuel.


Cedar Key Marina offers 2 launch ramps (launch fee required). Boat slips in the marina are available for short-term stays from 5 minutes to 24 hours on a first-come, first-served basis only.Private Marinas are available, but provide service and supplies only; no on-water slips.



Seabreeze on the Dock

sea-breeze301 Dock Street

Cedar Key , Florida

850 837-7326

Website Not Listed

By Water 29.135311, -83.029807


Steamers Clam Bar & Grill

Screen_Shot_2011-08-11_at_3.07.08_PM420 Dock Street

Cedar Key, Florida



By Water 29.134773, -83.030560


To visit the shops and restaurants in Cedar Key you will need to dock you boat at the City Marina. Smaller boats can only access the marina, due to the fact that bridge clearance going into the marina is relatively low. All restaurants are within a short walking distance of the marina.