At present, recreational facilities or trails have not been developed on this site in order to protect the site's sensitive natural resources.

The rest stop at Sammy Creek Landing is open and includes a non-motorized boat ramp, information sign and kiosk, and a picnic area.

Dogs are prohibited, except that dogs not normally used for hunting and kept under restraint may be possessed. No person shall allow any dog to pursue or molest wildlife.


Monroe County

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Additional wildlife viewing sites in the vicinity.

There are 10 state parks where natural communities and wildlife may be observed. These parks provide a variety of recreational opportunities and facilities ranging from guided nature walks, glass-bottom boat tours, snorkeling, paddling, fishing, and camping. Visit the  Southeast listings of State Parks. In addition there are three national wildlife refuges in the Keys where public access is permitted. Almost all the lands of the National Key Deer Refuge are accessible to the public as are many of the beaches of the Key West National Wildlife Refuge. Several of the islands in the Great White Heron National Wildlife Refuge are accessible to the public with a special use permit.

Nearest Cities/Towns

Miami (53 miles north) and Key West (15 miles west).

FWC Facts:
The $2.7 billion that people spend to view wildlife in Florida is more than double the value of the state’s annual orange harvest.

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