Dock and Pavilion

Dock and Pavilion


Welcome to the island and overview of the history of names associated with the island. The focus will be on the Bahamian name for the island, Kay Comfort, and the four reasons why the island earned the name.

Direction from stop 1 to stop 2

To reach your next stop on the tour, follow the path leading away from the pavilion and walk to the corner of Water and Second Street. Turn right on Second Street. Walk until the island community’s former town square appears. A bench is available. Be careful not to wander off the path. The town square is rich with the mounds of fire ants.

  • <p>Indian Key visible from the Overseas Highway</p>
  • <p>Approaching dock at Indian Key</p>
  • <p>Indian Key dock</p>
  • <p>Park Pavillion</p>
  • <p>1733 Spanish Chart showing c.a. la Matanza</p>
  • <p>Indian Key sketch</p>
  • <p>Coral Reef</p>
  • <p>Parking lot at Robbie's Marina</p>
  • <p>Robbie's Marina</p>
  • <p>Model of Indian Key's deep water harbor</p>
  • <p>Mosquito close up</p>
  • <p>Wrigglers, mosquito larvae</p>
  • <p>Cloud of mosquitoes</p>
  • <p>Path leading away from pavilion</p>
  • <p>Second Street leading to Town Square</p>
  • <p>Town Square</p>
  • <p>Fire ant mound</p>
  • Dock and Pavilion