Monroe County, Florida.
Cudjoe Bay ends in Summerland Key, Florida.
2254938.34 miles (3628972.62 sq kilometers)
About The Cudjoe Bay
Cudjoe Bay is a bay surrounded by the census-designated place and unincorporated community of Cudjoe Key situated southeast in Monroe County, Florida. It is also known as Drawgun Bay, Ridding Key Lake, and Sacarma Bay. It is located nearby Gopher Key in its south, Pirates Cove to its west, as well as Out Key, Venture Out Keys and Venture Key in its southeast. The bay is part of the lower Florida Keys archipelago.
The bay along with Cudjoe Key is a popular fishing, diving and boating destination for tourists, with the island having undergone rebuilding after 2017 following Hurricane Irma, a category four storm that directly impacted the area. The bay is also surrounded by multiple resorts and restaurants and is located next to the family-run eco-friendly Cudjoe Gardens Marina, providing access to the Atlantic, the Gulf of Mexico and the backcountry.