The park is almost entirely water, so the only way to truly enjoy the park is to get out on the water. If you don't have your own boat and are looking for an all or half day event, the sailboat tours through the park are excellent. Our captain was awesome and incredibly knowledgeable even for as young as he... 更多
Biscayne is an interest National Park. It is located very close to a major metropolitan area (Miami) and the park is about 95% water. I took the guided boat tour which lasted about 3 hours. The tour starts from the Dante Fascell Visitors Center and heads across the Biscayne Bay over to Elliot Key. It was interesting to see that... 更多
The lighthouse, located inside the National Park, has easy access and a wonderful view from the top. A highly recommended stop if you are in the Miami area.
Biscayne is our closest national park, (we have two, with Everglades) and we visit ofter. As noted with most of the park being water, your visit if you wish to walk is somewhat limited. There are canoes and kayaks to rent, and IK think are your best bet to see the place. Most of the water is very shallow, in... 更多
The park office had several educational displays and a short video for the kids to look at and learn about. Lots of hands on items that we all enjoyed touching and the rangers we very knowledgeable and friendly. We took the three hour tour over to one of the islands in March so it was pretty chilly. Bring lots of... 更多
The guided boat tour from Biscayne National Park to Boca Chita key was well worth the $35. The volunteer park ranger (John) was well informed and interesting. I love the Everglades and National Parks and was so happy to find another wonderful place of beauty. This is the only one that is protected water in Biscayne Bay. The boat tour... 更多