Tea Table Key

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Tea Table Key
Florida Keys 2007.jpg
Aerial view of the causeway and bridge just southwest of Lower Matecumbe Key. Teatable Key is in the upper left. A short road from US-1 leads to a private area.
Tea Table Key is located in Florida
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Tea Table Key
Tea Table Key
Tea Table Key is located in Caribbean
Tea Table Key
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Tea Table Key (Caribbean)
LocationAtlantic Ocean
Coordinates24°53′47″N 80°39′44″W / 24.896373°N 80.66219°W / 24.896373; -80.66219Coordinates: 24°53′47″N 80°39′44″W / 24.896373°N 80.66219°W / 24.896373; -80.66219

Tea Table Key also known as "Terra's Key" is an island in the upper Florida Keys.

It is located on U.S. 1 at mile marker 79.

All of the key is within the Villages of Islamorada as of November 4, 1997, when it was incorporated.

The island lies to the southwest of Upper Matecumbe Key, and to the northeast of Lower Matecumbe Key.[1]

There is a small private beach on the island the entrance is to a private road that leads to a private residence.[clarification needed]

The island hosted U.S. naval operations during the Seminole Wars and was taken over in an attack by indigenous tribes.[1]