Located between Elbow Reef and Key Largo Dry Rocks, but closer to shore in 4-20 feet of water, this site is known for its turtle encounters during the summer. Nice novice dive site. The reef is in a horseshoe type formation with sandy ledges covered with soft coral and sponges. On the northwest side are coral heads. Turtles can be found napping on the ledges during the summer months. They are protected animals and must not be harassed. Other marine life inhabit the area and it is a nice novice dive spot.
Notes: Good Snorkeling