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How to Enjoy Your Key West Bike Rentals with Your Family

If you’re visiting the island for the first time you will find that there is no better way to explore Key West than with a Key West bike rental. With an amazing bike trail system, renting a bike is a fun and efficient way to check out all the sites and attractions of Key West. In this post, we will provide you with a guide on how to explore the island on your bike and as well as some great places to stop when cruising around paradise. 


Old Town


If you’re on the north side of the island, you will be able to take advantage of the wide palm tree-lined promenade of North Roosevelt Boulevard. Traveling down this path will take you along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico and through the retail district of Key West before approaching the historic downtown district known as Old Town. 


Garrison Bight Marina


If you’re still on the North Side of the island and would like to check out the many colorful houseboats and fishing vessels that are docked at the marina, then taking a bike down this path is a great way to explore the marina. This area has a huge bridge that you can bike on that has some incredible seaside views.


Historic Seaport and Harbor Walk


This historic old port has everything from dive boats to fishing charters and even mega yachts. The Key West Bight is the busiest center for maritime activity and is a great place to explore on a bike. Feel free to stop by the many waterfront restaurants, bars, and shops while exploring this scenic marina.


Mallory Square


If you’re interested in experiencing the famous Key West sunset celebration, then ride down to Mallory Square to bask in the glory of the setting sun. This square is also just steps away from amazing attractions like the Custom House, Key West Aquarium, and the Key West Shipwreck Treasure Museum.


Fort Zachary Taylor State Park


If you want to ride on some smooth white sand, then head to Fort Zachary Taylor State Park. The oceanfront park includes a concession stand, restrooms, bike parking, a beautiful beach, picnic areas, and a Civil War fort.

The Southernmost Point


If you’re in Key West, then you need to stop for a photo at the famous Southernmost Point Monument. Built in 1983, this colorfully painted concrete buoy is probably the most photographed spot in Key West. 


Higgs Beach


If you’re looking for a paved seaside bike path surrounded by sand and palm trees, then this scenic path is a must for you and your family. Enjoy breathtaking vistas while you cruise down the path. You can also check out White Street Pier for more stunning views and photos.


Smathers Beach


If you’re looking to take in some amazing views of the Atlantic, then ride over to Smathers Beach. With plenty of bike rack storage available you will be sure to find a spot to leave your bike while you explore the longest beach in Key West.


Island Safari Rentals is the Place for Key West Bike Rentals


Having gone over some of the best spots to check out on the island, we hope you find this guide informative. If you’re looking for Key West’s premier bike rental company to get a bike to take these excursions, then look no further than Island Safari Rentals.


We are Key West’s number one rental shop and are located just blocks away from the cruise ship terminal in Old Town. With countless bike options to choose from, we have a bike to accommodate all ages and biking abilities. Island Safari Rentals of Key West has the biggest selection of Key West bike rentals around! Whether you are looking for island bikes Key West, Key West tandem bike rentals, bicycle rentals in Key West, or more, we have it! Check out our full selection of Key West bike rentals here or find our contact page here to get in touch with us.