US 1 (or the Overseas Highway) crosses the Ohio Key at approximately mile marker 39, between Missouri Key and Bahia Honda Key. Today it is also known as Sunshine Key, after a camping resort located there. The portion of the island south of U.S. Route 1 is protected as the Ohio Key National Wildlife Refuge.
Flora and fauna
The oceanside area of Ohio Key has palm trees, buttonwood trees and mangrove trees, and bird watching occurs there.
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