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Florida Bay Map

National Park Service

U.S. Department of the Interior

Everglades National Park 

www.nps.gov/ever

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10 Miles

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North

   Crocodile 

Dragover

Chickee

Chickee

Key 


Largo

Tavernier

Plantation

Islamorada



(Pole/Troll Zone)

Middle Key

Whaleback Key

Rodriguez

Key

Tavernier Key

Porjoe Key

Nest Keys

Shell Key

Bob  Keys

Black

Betsy

Keys

Manatee Keys

Low Key

Bottle Key

Swash Keys

Deer Key

Duck

Key

Tern Keys

Eagle Key

Pass  Key

Big

Key

Rankin Key

Brush

Keys

Calusa 

Keys

Whipray

Keys

Pollock Keys

Corinne Key

Sid

Key

Spy Key

Barnes Key

Fiesta

Key

Long

Key

Upper Arsnicker

Keys

Lower Arsnicker

Keys

 Buchanan

Keys   

Lignumvitae

Key   

Lower Matecumbe

Key   

Indian

Key   

Teatable  Key   

Shell

Key   

Upper Matecumbe

Key   

Peterson

Keys

Panhandle

Key

Gopher Keys

Twin Keys

Crab Keys

Stake Key

Captain Key

Crane Keys

West Key

East Key

Plantation

Key

Windley

Key

Rabbit  Keys

Cluett Key

Johnson Key

Sandy  Key

Man of War

Key

Oyster Keys

Murray Key

Frank

Key

Catfish Key

Clive Key

Dildo Key

End Key

Roscoe Key

Dead Terrapin

Key

Jim Foot Key

Topsy

Key

Buttonwood

Keys

Russell

Key

Triplet

Keys

Samphire

Keys

Dump Keys

Pelican

Keys

Camp Key

Umbrella

Key

Curlew Key

Buoy Key

Otter

Key

Bradley

Key

Joe

Kemp

Key

Cormorant Key

Palm

Key

Coon Key

Derelict

Key

Club

Key

Lake Key

Park Key

Rattlesnake Key

El Radabob

Key

Short Key

Main

Key

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Thursday

    Pt

Largo

Pt

Snipe Pt

Terrapin Pt

Crocodile Pt

Mosquito Pt

Bob Alle

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Cape Sable

Porpoise

Pt

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PENNEKAMP

CORAL REEF

STATE PARK

FLORIDA KEYS

NATIONAL MARINE

SANCTUARY

FLORIDA KEYS

NATIONAL MARINE

SANCTUARY

Lignumvitae Key

State Aquatic

Preserve


Intracoastal

Waterway

Northwest Cape

Carl Ross Key

East Cape

Anne’s Beach

Flamingo

KE



   

   

   

   

   

   

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To Key West

70 mi

112 km

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905

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Everglades National Park Boundary



Everglades National Park Boundary

Manatee

Bay

Trout

Cove

The

Boggies

Davis

  Cove

Bear Lake

Middle Ground

East

Cape

Canal

Buttonwood Canal

Santini

Bight

Rankin

Bight

Garfield

  Bight

West Lake

Whipray Basin

Twin  Key  Bank

Ninemile  Bank

Oxfoot  Bank

Seven

     Palm

           Lake

Terrapin

                        Bay

Alligator

  Bay

Molasses Reef

Blackwater

Sound

Buttonwood

Sound

Joe  Bay

Madeira 

Bay

Snake Bight

Coot   

       Bay

Little

Blackwater

Sound

Dildo Key Bank

Rabbit Key Basin

First National Bank

Schooner Bank

Sprigger Bank

Tripod Bank

Snake Creek

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Crocodile Dragover

Jimmy Channel

Twisty Mile

Tin Can Channel

Conkey Channel

Man of War Channel

Murray-Clive Channel

Snake Bight Channel

Iron Pipe Channel

Rabbit Key Pass

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Not for Navigation! • Use International Sailing Supply Waterproof Chart 33E/NOAA Chart #11451 • Turn Over for Legend

Entrance Shallow 

Trim Up


Channel Mouth & Markers. Size up the channel from a safe 

distance. Stay on plane and slow down. Channels are shallowest 

at their entrances and exits, so trim your motor. Enter the 

channel. If there are two stakes, stay between them. If there 

is only one stake, stay as close as possible to it. Arrows on the 

stakes point towards the channel. 



Florida Bay Map Legend

National Park Service

U.S. Department of the Interior

Everglades National Park 

www.nps.gov/ever

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3-6 feet deep. Recommended for boats 23 feet in length 

or less.


Less than 3 feet deep. Recommended for boats drafting less 

than 12 inches. Avoid stopping and starting—even shallow 

boats can “crater” the bottom when getting up on plane.

Shoal or banktop. These areas can be less than 1 foot deep. 

Poling or trolling motors recommended.



Wilderness Entry. Paddle-in only. Only boats with motor 

removed from transom allowed beyond these points.



Wilderness. Only boats with motor removed from transom 

allowed in these waters.



Wildlife Management Area. Closed to any and all entry. 

Formerly known as the “Crocodile Sanctuary.”



Snake Bight Pole/Troll Zone Boundary. Combustion motors 

may not be used unless in Tin Can Channel, Snake Bight 

Channel, or the Jimmy’s Lake Idle Speed-No Wake Area.

Jimmy’s Lake Idle Speed-No Wake Area. Deeper area within 

Snake Bight Pole/Troll Zone. Combustion motors may be used at 

idle speed.

Passes & Channels

Black dotted. Extremely shallow, narrow and twisty. Not 

recommended. 



Red. Some portions less than two feet deep and require tight 

turns. Extra care required to avoid damage to the bottom. Only 

shallow draft boats (1 foot or less).

Green. Wide channels that are usually deep and easy to read. 

Good for beginners. Boats drafting more than 18 inches are not 

recommended.

Choosing Routes. Use the deepest routes to get to where 

you’re going. For example, to get from A to B, use the wider

deeper channel just south of Gopher Keys, rather than the 

shallower channel at Twin Keys. Don’t run aground, take the 

long way around. It might cost you 5 minutes, but it will save 

you from tearing up the sea bottom.

Pollock Keys

Spy Key


Panhandle

Key


Gopher Keys

Twin Keys



A

B

Black. Extremely shallow (16 inches deep or less) and often 

very hard to read. Use other routes in winter. Only shallow draft 



boats (1 foot or less) at all times.


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