Key Colony Beach Recreation
The City of Key Colony Beach might be small in size, but there is a full array of recreational things to do for all ages of the family. The City has balls and other equipment available for anyone enjoying our recreational activities to borrow, on the honor system. So please take good care, and return what you borrow directly after using it. The equipment shed is located in between the two public works buildings at 460 8th St.
Par 3 Golf Course
8th Street, Key Colony Beach
Daryl Rice, Manager
Course is open to the Public from 7:30 a.m. to Dusk
Golf Course (9 Hole Par 3) fees:
$15 per 9 holes ($8 for each additional 9 holes)
$5 Club Rental
$5 Pull Carts
Pro Shop is open from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm every day except Wednesdays
Pro Shop is open from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm on Wednesdays
Annual Pass for Green Fees:
$485 First Family Member
$355 Each Additional Adult Family Member
$200 Each Child under the age of 18
Both of our playgrounds offer an array of equipment including but not limited to the following: sliding boards, swings, merry-go-round, tetherball, dome gym climber, swinging bridge, see-saws and spring hobby horses. Both areas offer shaded areas and tiki huts for picnicking, etc.
Visit Sunset Park on the corner of West Ocean & 12th Street, East Side Park on 8th Street and our New Waterfront Park by City Hall & the Post Office. These are open areas for passive activities. If you would like to hold a function or gathering at either, please inquire with City Hall.
Contact: Frank Tremblay at 607-732-2990
Walking and Jogging Courses
Throughout the city are designated pedestrian areas. Three master courses are .4, .5 and .8 miles with a course board located in front of City Hall marking the courses along Sadowski Causeway, East Ocean and West Ocean Drives. Click here to view the courses on the map (color coded).
The city walking paths along Sadowski Causeway, East Ocean and West Ocean Drives are also enjoyed by walkers, joggers, and bicyclers alike. The following rules of etiquette are offered as a reminder. When a biker overtakes a walker on the path used by both, it is imperative that he warn the walker that he is passing. The biker can ring a bell, use a horn, or say, “biker passing on left (or right).” The walker, thus alerted, can move safely out of the biker’s path and possibly prevent a serious accident. We have added trash receptacles along the Causeway, please keep our City clean and put trash in its place!
Contact: Marie DeGraw at firstname.lastname@example.org for book list and more details. Meets the second Thursday of the month at 3:00 pm.
Meets Monday & Wednesday at 9:00 am at the Marathon Elk Lodge (8239 Overseas Hwy)
and Sundays at 9:00 am at the Basketball Court on 7th St (KCB)
Contact Marianne Biffel at 610-633-3919
Meets Tuesday & Thursday at 7:45 am at Key Colony Inn
and Saturday at 8:00 am at Key Colony Inn
hosted by Karen Raspe and Margo Murray
Contact AHEC Office in Marathon for details at 305-743-7111 Ext. 201
Open to the public and equipment is available.