Best Places to Drive Your Scooter in Key West
Key West is an exciting location with a history that goes way back. It has beauty and charm to keep tourists coming in and there’s always something new and exciting to do. One of the ways you can enjoy the fun of the city is by experiencing it in an all-new way. Sure, you can drive around or take a taxi, but riding on a scooter around Key West lets you see things in a new way and get some exercise at the same time!
There are tons of places to visit by scooter in the city and this article will share some of the best destinations.
Smathers is the longest beach located in Key West and features sand dunes that separate the sidewalk path, where you can ride around with other people on scooters and bicycles. Once you get past the initial beach area, you can spend time by a low seawall where you can take in excellent views of the Atlantic Ocean.
The Southernmost Point
If you’re visiting Key West, the trip can’t be complete without taking a selfie at the buoy at the popular southernmost point. The buoy is made of colorful concrete and was created in 1983. It also happens to be one of the most exciting places to get a photo. There are often tons of people in line to get their photo so you can snap one for someone else and ask them to do the same for you.
Fort Zachary Taylor State Park
If you want to spend some time in the sun and sand while on your scooter, there’s nowhere better to visit Fort Zachary Taylor State Park. It’s right on the ocean and includes restrooms, a beach, concession stands, a Civil War fort, and picnic areas. At the front of the park, you can also spend some time at the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Ingham Museum or the Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center.
Historic Harbor Walk and Seaport
Ready to check out the maritime activity in Key West? The harbor walk and seaport has everything from mega yachts to fishing charters, dive boats, and historic schooners to take in. The port itself is surrounded by all sorts of exciting destinations including bars, shops, hotels, and restaurants on the water.
Located at the gateway to Old Town, you’ll find fishing charters and vibrant houseboats on the waterfront. Tons of fishing boats head out every day from Charter Boat Row, which offers access to the Atlantic and the Gulf. While you ride your scooter up the bridge, make sure you take in the beautiful views.
The final best destination for someone on a scooter is Mallory Square. Depending on when you show up, you could be a part of hundreds of tourists or all on your own. The square is also located near tons of other exciting locations, including the Mel Fisher Maritime Museum, the Custom House, and the Key West Shipwreck Treasure Museum.
Whether you want to spend your time in Key West on a scooter or a bicycle, A&M Rentals is here to help. Rent transportation and then spend your time enjoying all the amazing landmarks, beaches, and shops in this historic area of Florida.
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