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Biscayne National Park is located in southern Florida, east of Homestead. Covering approximately 700 km², this park is in ninety-five percentage water and the shore is the location of mangrove forests. The largest island from the park is called Elliott Key and is considered to be the first of the Florida Keys, being formed from fossilized coral reef. Also, in the north of the parks there are some various islands of coral and sand that can be visited.
Biscayne National Park, Florida.A few miles south of downtown Miami you'll find an island oasis.The water in Biscayne Bay, while not deep, is exceptionally clear. On a sunny day, you can see sponges and a variety of subtropical fish as they dart among the sea grasses. If the weather is good, paddlers can even venture offshore on the Atlantic side of the islands to one of the park’s shallow coral reefs.
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Underwater Biscayne National Park Florida
Sunset seen from Biscayne National Park.
Biscayne National Park ~ Florida
Biscayne National Park $15/night/site $20/night/site if you have a boat in the harbor. $30/night/group camp site for up to 6 people and 1-2 tents. Can only access by boat.
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Biscayne National Park
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