Indian key is an historic park in the keys, only accesable by water. At one time it was the government seat for dade county. It was attacked and burned by indians. There are remains of the settlement that you can see. But the biggest draw is that the island is an old coral reef. And there are often lots of sea life swimming around it. For more advanced paddlers you can paddle out to alligator reef lighthouse. The water is often very clear and in 20ft or so of water you can easily see the bottom. We might have a small sailboat there if you want to learn to sail
Boat rental is $25 for a single or $35 for a tandem. The paddle to indian key is suitable for beginners. Alligator light is more challenging with deeper water, ocean waves and strong currents.
Bring food and drinks, and your mask and snorkel.