Key West Beach Excursion Reviews

Leave your problems behind and spend a quiet, relaxing day on the beach at Key West.
We rented a golf cart and rode around the island exploring on our own.
Sail Date: June 2019
We rented a golf cart and rode around the island exploring on our own. Went to ft for the beach packed a lunch from publix then had dinner and a few drinks from a local resteraunt. we loved going off on our own. The golf cart rental ... Read More
We rented a golf cart and rode around the island exploring on our own. Went to ft for the beach packed a lunch from publix then had dinner and a few drinks from a local resteraunt. we loved going off on our own. The golf cart rental people were right on the pier. You walk less than a block to a vehicle that picks you up and takes you to your golf cart then when you're finished they transport you back to the ship. Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Royal Caribbean International
Wasn't worth the time or money-- the beach wasnt great, very rocky, sand was nasty, seaweed ...
Sail Date: August 2016
Wasn't worth the time or money-- the beach wasnt great, very rocky, sand was nasty, seaweed everything
Wasn't worth the time or money-- the beach wasnt great, very rocky, sand was nasty, seaweed everything Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Carnival Cruise Line
Zachary Taylor State Park is a great semi private beach that is a great way to relax on a budget.
Sail Date: December 2013
Zachary Taylor State Park is a great semi private beach that is a great way to relax on a budget. It costs $2.50US to walk into the park. It's about a mile and half from the pier to the beach, and it is a beautiful, easy walk. There ... Read More
Zachary Taylor State Park is a great semi private beach that is a great way to relax on a budget. It costs $2.50US to walk into the park. It's about a mile and half from the pier to the beach, and it is a beautiful, easy walk. There are changing rooms, Bar/restaurant, Hammocks, and the old fort is cool to poke around. Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Celebrity Cruises
I must preface that this a $2.50 per person tour so you can't expect much- more by car.
Sail Date: September 2012
I must preface that this a $2.50 per person tour so you can't expect much- more by car. AND this is a state park. I was trying to find a low cost because we had been to this port before and wanted to experience something different. ... Read More
I must preface that this a $2.50 per person tour so you can't expect much- more by car. AND this is a state park. I was trying to find a low cost because we had been to this port before and wanted to experience something different. The walk to the entrance is about 20 - 25 minutes depending on ability. After you reach the entrance you have about another 10 minute walk to the beach. You will reach the Fort first and you can use the restrooms, get a soft drink or water, and tour the Fort. The beach is right next to it. There is also a trail in between the beach and Fort. It did not say where it went:) So we did not take it! The beach is VERY rocky and a little trashy. I had water shoes on and stepped on a rusted nail. So if you go, wear tennis shoes until you get to the sand. It also had a foul smell so we didn't stay long. However, we got some exercise in! Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Carnival Cruise Line