Crane Point / Florida Keys Land and Sea Trust, Inc. The Trust is a 501(c)3 Non Profit whose Mission is to Promote Environmental Stewardship and the Heritage of the Florida Keys. Crane Point is a 64 Acre ecological and cultural Treasure in the heart of the Florida Keys with many nature trails that leads You to the Gulf of Mexico. The trails offer a view of the Keys in the Days of the Indian and Bahamian Settlers and preserves one of the last thatch palm hammocks containing rare and endangered species. What to See and Do: *Museum of Natural History – 9 Minute video brings to life the historic Adventure of Crane Point that your about to begin. *Various Natural Trails – All Levels Accommodated *Trolley Tours – Guided tours with a plethora of information and history *Cracker House – Stop in and view numerous exhibits of butterfly’s, sea turtles and countless shells native to the Florida Keys *Butterfly Meadow *Adderley House – Oldest house in Monroe County outside of Key West – Made of Tabby in Early 1900’s *Wild Bird Center – The Middle Keys rescue, rehabilitate and release for injured birds. *Crane House with a Fire ring on the Gulf of Mexico *The Point with a Beautiful view and Exclusive Island offshore *Kayaking and SUP Guided Tours / Kayak and Bridge Fishing.
Canoeing, Fishing: Saltwater, Geocaching, Guided Tours, Paddle-boarding, School Field Trips, Summer/Holiday Camps, Wildlife Viewing
Crane Point Museum and Nature Center5550 Overseas Highway
Marathon, FL 33050
Crane Point Museum and Nature Center Website