Islamorada Fishing, Boat Rentals, Snorkeling, and More
A nostalgic destination reminiscent of why some of the most talented artists, writers, fishermen and presidents have called the Florida Keys home.
Robbie’s rests peacefully among coconut palms with shimmering views of the nearby islands where the unspoiled Florida Bay and the exquisite Atlantic Ocean converge. Cooled by the gentle tradewinds, and cantilevered over crystal-clear aquamarine waters, with a private sandy beach, one cannot help but understand why so many artists have chosen this place to immortalize in paintings. Robbie’s comprises quaint and discreet pavilions surrounded by lush tropical landscaping offering a taste of everything the Keys has to offer.
An eclectic fusion of nostalgic Florida Keys understated elegance with the more modern conveniences of shopping for beads, fine art, and hammocks. Dining at eateries, sidewalk vendors to five star cuisine overlooking the water, in one of Islamorada’s most discreetly placed restaurants—even the most discriminating of visitors will find themselves captivated by everything Robbie’s has to offer.
Whether your passion leads you kayaking the mangrove creeks and streams of the Bay; hand feeding the majestic silver king from the dock; battling deep sea fish ala Ernest Hemingway; captaining your own boat around the islands; island hopping with a guide; snorkeling the country’s largest barrier reef; sipping cold beers as you watch the kids feed the tarpon and pelicans; or shopping for that perfect Keys souvenir—Robbie’s has it all.
As a jumping off point to visit the historic islands of Lignumvitae Key and Indian Key, Robbie’s offers tours to each historic and fascinating island. As a world-famous family favorite destination, where pets are always welcome, Robbie’s offers a taste of the Keys.
Come for the hour or come for the day. Either way, like all of the adventurers, artists, and sportsmen who’ve come before you, we’re confident you will be back!
Reviewed May 9, 2014
We did the usual and fed the Tarpons which was lot of fun for our 9 and 3 yr old. What was more exciting is that we went by the beach near the marina and as the people were cleaning their fish, we had tarpons swimming around us and we even had a manatee come by. They were not scared of people and it was amazing to see the sea creatures up close.
“True to life experience like a local and tourist!”
Reviewed May 7, 2014
We fed the Tarpon here and it was so much fun! Excellent value and fabulous experience for the kids! Local bar there and though we do not drink; it looked interesting enough. We also scheduled our sport fishing through Robbie’s on The Captain Mike and enjoyed it immensely! They offered very quick and accurate online info and responded in a prompt manner when I asked for total cost. Thanks Robbie’s for not giving us one adventure but THREE as they also offer shopping to boot! Way to go!
“Tons of fun!”
Reviewed May 7, 2014
Robbie’s is a great little place to stop. Whether you spend an hour or an afternoon here, it’s great time for visitors of all ages! They charge $1/person to walk on the docks and see the tarpon, and $3 for a buck of fish if you want to feed them. It was well worth the 5 bucks we spent! The tarpon are huge & just swim around waiting for food. They jump out of the water for the fish & will even eat it right out of your hand if you allow them to get that close! This was also my first time getting up close to pelicans and while you are warned they can be aggressive at times, we didn’t have a problem with that. Luckily for us, the docks were pretty empty, but I can see how it might not be as fun of an experience if it was crowded.
There’s also a cute little restaurant/bar but we didn’t eat there. However, you can buy bottled beer right at the entrance to the dock so we both had a beverage while feeding the tarpon which was an added treat! We also loved walking through all the little outside shops & picked up a few souvenirs as well.
We ended our day there sitting in Adirondack chairs on the little beach and watching others feed the tarpon, while herons came walking by the the pelicans flew overhead. It was picture perfect! So much so that we returned the next day. Thanks Robbie’s for a great experience!
“Great Florida experience”
Reviewed April 17, 2014
We had a blast feeding the tarpon at Robbie’s. The fish were huge. We also had a quick lunch sitting by the water. The food was good but you can’t beat the fun and the view. They have some shops, kind of like an open air flea market that was fun to walk through, especially for the art lovers.