The City of Key Colony Beach might be small in size, but there is a full array of recreational things to do for all ages of the family, with most everything accessible by walking or riding a bicycle. Key Colony Beach is its own island, and its own municipality. KCB has a police department, City Hall, Post Office, parks, bike paths, sidewalks, playgrounds, golf course and more!
Visit Bike Marathon for all your rental bicycle needs! Text or call for quick delivery! Paths throughout the city are designated pedestrian and bicycle areas. Three master courses are .4, .5 and .8 with a course board located in front of City Hall marking the courses along the Causeway, East Ocean and West Ocean Drives. The city walking paths along Sadowski Causeway, East Ocean and West Ocean Drives are also enjoyed by walkers, joggers, and bicyclers alike.
One of the KCB playgrounds is directly across the street from Manatee Bungalow, making Manatee Bungalow an excellent choice for families with smaller children. Both of Key Colony Beach's playgrounds offer an array of equipment including but not limited to the following: sliding boards, swings, merry-go-round, tetherball, dome gym climber, swinging bridge, see-saws and spring hobby horses. Both areas offer shaded areas and Tiki huts for picnicking, etc.
Inside the park directly across the street from Manatee Bungalow are tennis courts, pickleball courts, bocce ball, basketball court with 2 goals, and lots of other fun activities! All a short walk from Manatee Bungalow's front door.
Par 3 Golf Course
8th Street, Key Colony Beach
Open to the Public from 7:30 a.m. to Dusk
Golf Course (9 hole par) fees:
$13.00 per 9 holes ($8.00 for each additional 9)
$3 Club Rental
$2 Pull Carts
Annual Pass for Green Fees:
$430 First Family Member
$325 Each Additional Adult Family Member
$150 Each Child under the age of 18
Please contact the course directly for any updates before visiting.
Visit Sunset Park on the corner of West Ocean & 12th Street for a daily sunset, East Side Park on 8th Street and the New Waterfront Park by City Hall & the Post Office (end of 7th Street). Take a break and sit on one of the water front benches. These are open areas for passive activities. If you would like to hold a function or gathering at either, please inquire with City Hall.