Biscayne National Park Activities

Boating is the perfect way to explore Biscayne National Park (NPS Photo) Since 95% of the park is covered by water, the best way to get to know Biscayne is to get wet ; or at least get out on a boat. A park concessioner offers several opportunities for those without a boat of their own, including glass bottom boat tours, snorkeling trips, dive trips, island excursions, and canoe and kayak rentals. Interpretive programs are conducted regularly by rangers at the Dante Fascell Visitor Center, where exhibits and films also provide an introduction to the park. The visitor center is also home to an art gallery featuring changing exhibits of local artists inspired by the park's beauty.

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