|No Name Key is an island located in the lower Florida Keys. It is somewhat remote and sparsely populated. Its a fairly small Island in comparison to its neighbor, Big Pine Key, which lies about a half mile to its west. It is only accessible by boat and one bridge that connects the small island with Big Pine Key. Some of its native residents include the endangered Key Deer, and the American Alligator.|
No Name Key was the terminus of a car ferry that existed before the present Overseas Highway was built on the remains of Flagler's Overseas Railroad.
In 1962-1963 No Name Key was the headquarters of a group of anti-Castro activists known as Interpen, led by an ex-marine named Gerry Patrick Hemming, Jr., who had worked with the Castro forces in Cuba in 1959-1960.