Beaches & Parks
Most parks and beaches are open throughout the Florida Keys.
- Monroe County-owned parks and beaches are open.
- Volleyball is not allowed.
- County-owned playgrounds are being sanitized twice weekly. Please take personal protective measures while using park equipment and wash hands frequently.
City of Key West
Parks and beaches in the City of Key West are open.
City of Marathon
City Park, Ocean Front Park, and both Sombrero and Coco Plum Beaches are open.
Due to safety concerns and an inability to mitigate them at this time, the following restrictions apply:
- Playgrounds, basketball courts, skate park will remain closed.
- Fields will be open for exercise, but no organized games will be authorized.
- Pavilions and barbeque grills at the beach will be inaccessible until further notice.
- Dog Parks, tennis courts, and the baseball field will be open for individuals practicing safe social distancing.
- Groups of more than 10 are not allowed.
- Hours of operations will be from dawn to dusk.
- Minors must always be accompanied by an adult.
Village of Islamorada
Islamorada parks, public beaches, public boat ramps are closed through Labor Day. The closure includes Anne’s Beach, Library Beach Park, and the entire area known as the Fills from MM 77.5 to 79.8. All parking areas are closed to the public. No vehicles, picnicking, tents, chairs, or other items are allowed in any park or the Fills area.
Founders Park is open to Islamorada residents and homeowners only. Proof of residency or homeownership is required with a Driver’s License (or another legal form of ID) with an Islamorada address or a Founders Park Resident ID card.
Facilities will reopen to the public on September 8, 2020 at 50 percent capacity.
Key Colony Beach
Parks are open on Key Colony Beach
Visitors should expect limited hours, capacity, and amenities.