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Key Colony Beach Golf & Tennis

8th Street, Key Colony Beach
Open to the Public from 7:30 a.m. to Dusk

Golf Course (9 hole par) fees:
$13.00 per 9 holes ($8.00 for each additional 9)
$3 Club Rental
$2 Pull Carts

Annual Pass for Green Fees:
$430 First Family Member
$325 Each Additional Adult Family Member
$150 Each Child under the age of 18

Tennis Court fees: None
Please check in at the Golf Course Pro Shop.

In addition to the city golf course and tennis courts, the city offers a variety of other recreational facilities. Some of these include a basketball court, bocci ball court, horseshoe area, public restroom.

The children's playground

offers the following equipment: sliding boards, swings, merry-go-round, tetherball, dome gym climber, swinging bridge, see-saws and spring hobby horses.

Walking and jogging courses

throughout the city are designated pedestrian areas. Three master courses are .4, .5 and .8 with a course board located in front of City Hall marking the courses along the Causeway, East Ocean and West Ocean Drives. Click here to view the courses on the map (color coded)

The city walking paths along Sadowski Causeway, East Ocean and West Ocean Drives are also enjoyed by bicyclers. The following rules of etiquette are offered as a reminder. When a biker overtakes a walker on a path used by both, it is imperative that he warn the walker that he is passing. He can ring a bell, use a horn, or say, "biker passing on left (or right)". The walker, thus alerted, can move safely out of the biker's path and possibly prevent a serious accident.

Visit Sunset Park and East Side Park (open area for passive activities)

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