Biscayne National Park encompasses fragile coral reefs, beautiful islands, and lush shoreline mangrove forests in the northern Florida Keys. The park’s reefs and islands, which make up 95% of the park, are only accessible only by boat. Dolphins, turtles, and pelicans live in Biscayne Bay Lagoon.
The underwater Maritime Heritage Trail links dive sites, most are shipwrecks. Boca Chita is the most visited island in the park, but the park also includes Elliott Key and Adams Key. On Boca Chita Key, Boca Chita Lighthouse has coastal views. A museum at Convoy Point explains local ecosystems.
Dante Fascell Visitor Center Address: 9700 SW 328th St, Homestead, Florida 33033
Coordinates: 25.464120, -80.336070