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Key West Parks Biscayne National Park

Biscayne National Park          
 

Key West Biscayne National Park

Known locally as a fantastic place for recreation, the park protects and
preserves a nationally significant marine ecosystem with mangrove
shorelines, a shallow bay, undeveloped islands, and living coral reefs.
Biscayne National Park has protected these unique resources for over
30 years. Living in Key West I don't get to visit Biscayne National Park
that much there is plenty of snorkeling and diving down here. But when
I used to come down on vacation I would always spend some time in
the Everglades National Park. So I would do one day in the Everglades
the next at Biscayne. Staying in Homestead you are right in the middle
of both. Here is a link that gives you all the information about the park
and what it has to offer. The site is well laid out and easy to follow.
With lot of photos just click on them to see the larger one. As I revisit
the park I will include more.

Key West Biscayne National Park  Key West Biscayne National Park

A look out over Biscayne Bay (left) Dante Fascell Visitor Center (right)

Biscayne National Park

Don't tell anyone I told you this but as you walk into the Visitor Center you
will see a beautiful piece of art around the wall of these metal fish. As
you walk along take your knuckle and tap one. They each have their own
tone. Truly a work of art for all senses sight and sound.

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Biscayne National Park
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