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Grecian Rocks

Key Largo, FL
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This is a very colorful and active reef. It can be very shallow dependent on the timing of the... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
tinan222
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Hancock, New York
A good amount of marine life.

We went snorkeling here in December and could see several types of fish. The rocks are visible... read more

Reviewed 3 October 2017
larslentz
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Williamston, Michigan
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This half-mile-long, crescent-shaped patch reef is an interesting dive site since it is highly developed and similar to those of most outer bank reefs in the Key Largo area.
  • Excellent77%
  • Very good15%
  • Average7%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible0%
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“parrot fish” (12 reviews)
“low tide” (7 reviews)
“live conch” (2 reviews)
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Key Largo, FL
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a very colorful and active reef. It can be very shallow dependent on the timing of the tide. There are bigger critters to see if you work the edge to get into deeper water. In the shallows you may want to inflate your...More

Thank tinan222
Reviewed 3 October 2017

We went snorkeling here in December and could see several types of fish. The rocks are visible during low tide. We went during high tide and they were completely submerged. Many barracuda were nearby here.

Thank larslentz
Reviewed 7 September 2017

We went a snorkel trip to Christ of the Deep and Grecian Rocks. Christ of the Deep is in deeper water and Grecian Rocks is a shallow location. Both sites have plenty of fish and beautiful Coral Reefs.

Thank William S
Reviewed 3 September 2017 via mobile

We took a snorkeling trip through John Pennecamp Park for $29/per person (if you need to rent snorkeling gear it's a little extra). The boat ride is about 15 minutes out to the reef and is a pretty gentle ride through mangroves and some open...More

1  Thank Alyssa T
Reviewed 31 July 2017

This is my favorite place to snorkel in the Keys. You can only access by boat, but it is so worth any extra effort. If you do not have a boat, your options include renting a boat or going on a snorkeling tour boat (many...More

Thank 199marylh
Reviewed 6 July 2017

We participated in a snorkel tour with pennekamp during our recent visit to Florida. Our trip took us to Grecian rock. The marine life was interesting! The coral was not as colorful as another area I snorkelled in at pennekamp when I was a teen....More

Thank Jenny G
Reviewed 15 June 2017

Visited here twice with Pennekamp park. Loved every minute of it. Would be great if you had a boat of your own and knew how to get there. Wonderful snorkel with eagle rays and other fish.

Thank Kat R
Reviewed 30 May 2017

Good shallow reef with TONS of sealife. We saw eagle rays, sting rays, barracuda, parrotfish, nurse sharks, etc.

1  Thank Cary S
Reviewed 21 May 2017 via mobile

Went on a snorkeling trip with the State Park services. There is a lot of life at this reef and you are going to see more fish than you can count. Awesome color on everything. This will definitely become something we do as often as...More

Thank H5RSports
Reviewed 4 April 2017

This reef is a little shallower than some 3' - 35' deep. We had a great day with 60' of visibility. Barracuda a plenty. At one time we had 6 nearby. Saw a turtle and small shark that my daughter found herself screaming through her...More

1  Thank DutchLace
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victoriamate
2 May 2015|
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Response from LeighMilazzo |
Grecian rocks is many miles off shore. You have to take a boat out to it.
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