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Biscayne National Park Information
About Biscayne National Park
Situated just south of Miami, Florida is Biscayne National Park, a water-centric national park spanning over 170,000 acres that preserves the barrier reefs of Biscayne Bay. Home to coral limestone, a mangrove swamp on the shore, the Florida Reef, and its namesake bay, the park is primarily composed of water. Biscayne National Park also encompasses Elliot Key, an expansive island that is a part of the Florida Keys. Due to its various ecosystems, the park boasts an abundance of tropical plants and endangered species like hawksbill and green turtles, manatees, and Schaus' swallowtail butterflies.
Things to do in Biscayne National Park
Plenty of shipwrecks from the 19th and 20th centuries have occurred at Biscayne National Park because of its offshore reefs. Docent-led snorkeling tours of these wrecks are a popular pastime at the park. These tours comprise the National Park Service system’s sole archaeological trail called the Maritime Heritage Trail. Scuba diving is another prominent activity at Biscayne. Stiltsville, a community of small houses constructed on pilings out in the water, serves as a significant attraction at Biscayne Bay. Seen from a distance, the shacks of Stiltsville appear to be standing on stilts. Boat tours are available for visitors to observe these structures. Kayaking and canoeing around Biscayne National Park’s shoreline and shallow bay offer guests a superb view of the mangroves. Fishing is also allowed at the park. Common catches include snapper, bonefish, and spiny lobster.
Day trips from Biscayne National Park
About a two hour’s drive north from Biscayne National Park is the charming Miami neighborhood of South Beach. True to its name, South Beach features scenic coastlines. The community’s vibrant nightlife fosters the energetic atmosphere with numerous clubs and bars. During March, the neighborhood hosts Miami Fashion Week, as well as the Miami International Film Festival. In December, the iconic international art exhibition and fair Art Basel Miami takes place in South Beach. Little Havana is located approximately an hour’s worth of driving northward from Biscayne National Park. The neighborhood is a part of the greater Miami area, and it houses multitudes of immigrants from Cuba and Latin America. Named after Cuba’s capital city, Little Havana stays true to its vivacious roots by serving as one of Florida’s most dynamic cultural centers. The liveliest celebration in Little Havana is Calle Ocho, the renowned annual street fair which draws in more than a million visitors yearly. The festival recognizes the neighborhood’s diversity and showcases different national flags, cuisines, and music like salsa, reggaetón, and merengue.
Biscayne National Park accommodations
The vacation rentals near Biscayne National Park boast spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean, Biscayne Bay, and sunset. From luxurious villas with a balcony to spacious apartments in Miami’s downtown area, and spacious houses to cozy bungalows situated just minutes from the beach, the many properties in southern Florida easily become an unforgettable home away from home.
Transportation in Biscayne National Park
Every weekend from the latter part of November to April, the National Parks Trolley runs from downtown Homestead in Miami-Dade County, and makes stops at the Dante Fascell Visitor Center at Biscayne National Park, as well as the boardwalk.