For such a small island, measuring only four miles long and two miles wide, Key West has a multitude of hidden gems, neighborhoods, and attractions to explore. Key West Travel Guide has built a comprehensive set of maps that will make it easy to find everything there is to enjoy and discover on this quaint tropical paradise.
Below are an assortment of maps detailing the island of Key West, the surrounding waters, and the Florida Keys.
Click on them to see a larger version of each map.
3-d Map of Key West
Shows a birds eye view of the island, with a few important points marked.
Map of South Florida and the Keys:
Map of the Florida Keys with Key West highlighted.
Satellite Map of the Florida Keys including the Dry Tortugas
The true end of the Florida Keys isn’t Key West….it is the Dry Tortugas islands that lie 70 miles to the west.
Map of Old Town, Key West (Historic Quarter)
Map of Old Town neighborhood of Key West.
Nautical Chart of Key West
NOT TO BE USED AS A NAVIGATIONAL AID! Use the official, full scale NOAA nautical chart for real navigation whenever possible. These are available from authorized NOAA nautical chart sales agents.
Key West Cemetery Map
Map showing the historic Key West cemetery.
Pelican Path Map
The Pelican Path Map for Key West was created by the Old Island Restoration Foundation. This organization is dedicated to preserving the history and architecture of Key West. The Pelican Path map details a self-guided walking tour through historic Old Town.
Buildings included on the map have a blue and yellow pelican affixed to them.
Key West Bike Paths and Routes
Bicycle routes frequently used.
Map of Key West Neighborhoods
Shows where all the neighborhoods are located in Key West, including: Bahama Village, Old Town, New Town, Mid-Town, the Meadows, the Casa Marina District, and Gatoville.
Map of Key West Mooring Fields