The largest uninhabited stretch of land between Key Largo and Big Pine Key, Curry Hammock State Park is a beautiful park of protected wilderness and ocean vistas. Explore rockland hammocks, seagrass beds, and mangrove swamps, as well as the pristine beaches leading into the calm blue waves.
The diverse park offers a variety of activities for adventurous groups. The calm waters provide easy activity for canoe and kayakers while the 28-site campground offers multi-night stays under the clear sky. Wildlife viewing both on land and in the sea are popular exercises as you can explore the grand biodiversity of birds and fish in the Keys.
Rangers at Curry Hammock State Park lead a variety of educational programs for visitors wishing to learn more about the park's environment and wildlife.