Most places in Florida face either the Gulf of Mexico or the Atlantic Ocean, but Key Colony Beach is located mid-way between these two coastlines, being situated at the very bottom of the vast peninsula that makes up the state of Florida. As such, it faces the stretch of water separating the Florida Keys from the mainland of the state. The city is small, with only half a square mile of land area.
Golf and Tennis
Key Colony Beach holiday homes provide tourists with ample opportunities to play golf and tennis while they enjoy the tropical Florida environment. Golf is available to the public at the golf course on 8th Street, with the course open for business from 7.30am until dusk each day. The course has nine holes and charges very reasonable fees of only $13.00 to play 9 holes, with each additional nine holes available for only $8.00. Pull carts are also available for rent.
Tourists who like Key Colony Beach enough can also consider purchasing an annual pass for their green fees. These are available for as low as $400 with additional family members charged less. There are no fees to pay tennis at the golf course facility; visitors merely need to check in at the pro shop.
Other recreational facilities in Key Colony Beach include a basketball court and a bocci ball court, with an area for playing horseshoes and a children's playground to keep the little ones amused.