Casey Key is a seven to eight mile long barrier island which attracts affluent owners seeking an executive luxury retreat. Expect an upscale setting and high end homes as you travel the single lane road. Many of the homes feature a full gulf to bay lot with some of the most spectacular views and the sandy white beaches of Florida's gulf coast.
Casey key also has one of the eighty three swing bridges which are in use in the states. It's construction dates back to 1925 and is on the National Register of Historic places. The bridge is one of two access points on and off the key and has also made several movie appearances and even one starring Harrison Ford over its lifetime.
The south end of the key features a public park and is bordered by the entrance into the inter coastal waterway. The northern end of the island is quite and the home of some of the larger homes on the key. There is no public access to beaches at this end.