One of a the many island state parks in the state of Florida, the Indian Key Historic State Park is a historic state recreation area that is accessible only by boat.
The site of the first county seat of Dade County, the islands is dotted with ruins that are a part of the area?s colorful maritime history in the 1830?s. The island was important at that time because it was the center of the then booming maritime salvage business that took advantage of the many wrecked vessels that can be found in this area of the state of Florida.
Today, visitors can explore the ruins of the old boom town or enjoy the natural amenities provided by the 11 acre island park.
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