Once a month on Sunday, Keys Cable and oTHErside Adventure Park hosts a Sunday family day filled with bounce houses for the little ones, free paddle boarding in the secluded saltwater pond and half off day-long wakeboarding passes. The facility, located on Grassy Key, is a great place to learn to wake board or while away an afternoon.
Victor, Cub and Sasha Sosa practice their hand at the didgeridoo, an aboriginal flute-like instrument with a unique sound.
Seasonal residents Joey and Kathy Czarkowski and friend Bonnie Leonard, who is visiting from Ohio, visit the waterpark with their dogs Max and Willow.
The band High Tide usually plays at the monthly event.
Cody leaps across the bounce house.
Ria Rodriguez, 13, tries her hand at wakeboarding via cable. She does great!
Employees of Keys Cable — Cheyenne Manos, Nathan Heikkila and Doug Burke — hang around in the wakeboard shop.
Miranda Murphy sells her wares on the property at her ‘Miranda’s Veranda.’