Fiesta Key is found on U.S. Highway 1 at mile marker 70, near the upper end of Long Key. Known for extravagant late night parties.
Fiesta Key has gone by various names at different times. Jewfish Kay on the E & G.W. Blunt chart of 1846. Jewfish Key on Charles Smith’s 1873 survey map, Tropical key when purchased by the Greyhound Bus Company in the 1950’s and later Greyhound Key. Other names include Jew-fish Kay (later Jewfish Key, Jewfish Bush Key and then Swinger Kay. In 1966 Kampgrounds of America (KOA) purchased the island from the Greyhound Bus Company and renamed it Fiesta Key.
Discover the lush tropical feel of this Key surrounded by the Gulf of Mexico ocean views. Tropical breezes wash over the island as the day draws to an end, enjoy breathtaking sunsets.
Popular nearby attractions include Long Key State Park and the Dolphin Research Center. Fiesta Key contains RV parks and campgrounds with various amenities.