Tide Charts

We have a history of giving back. Since we launched First State Bank in October 1955, we’ve been committed to the Florida Keys community in every way possible. We’ve been a part of the Keys for generations, and we’re deeply involved in the lives of our friends and neighbors.

One time-honored way that we give back to the Keys: For over two decades, we’ve provided Keys-wide tide charts for local fishermen and boaters. Every year, we put together valuable reference guides with daily low and high tide predictions and moon phases. You can access our latest tide tables, for the entire Keys, below.

We love helping the Keys community. And this is one of our favorite ways to do it. 


Miami Harbor

Ocean Reef Harbor (Key Largo)

Garden Cove (Key Largo)

Rock Harbor (Key Largo)

Tavernier Creek (Hwy. 1 bridge, Hawk Channel)

Snake Creek (USCG Station, Plantation Key)

Whale Harbor Channel (Hwy. 1 bridge, Windley Key)

Alligator Reef (Hawk Channel)

Islamorada (Upper Matecumbe)

Matecumbe Harbor (Lower Matecumbe)



Key West

Bahia Honda Key (Bahia Honda Channel)

Big Pine Key (Bogie Channel Bridge)

Big Pine Key (Newfound Harbor Channel)

Content Key (Content Passage)

Summerland Key (Kemp Channel)

Cudjoe Key (Cudjoe Bay)

Snipe Keys (Snipe Point)

Bird Key (Similar Sound)

Key Haven (Stock Island Channel)

Riviera Canal (Key West)

Garden Key (Dry Tortugas)