Lower Keys and Key West
Rock Key and Eastern Dry Rocks
Rock Key and Eastern Dry Rocks are two popular dive spots that are typical spur and groove formations typical of most reefs in the area. There are long fingers of coral with sand and coral-filled canyons in between. But their real claim to fame are their 19th century wrecks - providing huge quantities of ballast and artifacts. The depth ranges from 5-35 feet making these site excellent for diving as well as snorkeling.