Are the Florida National Parks Worth Visiting?

The Florida National Parks are wildlife sanctuaries and places of historical significance.

You’ll see plants and animals, forts and archaeological mounds, coral reefs and marine life, and more when you explore these sites.

Let’s learn more about why you should plan a trip to the Florida National Parks!

The Biscayne National Park Institute offers snorkeling at a shipwreck and along coral reefs, cruises to Boca Chita Key, sailing on Biscayne Bay and Jones Lagoon, and other tours.

Biscayne National Park

Snorkeling is trendy as visitors explore the coral reefs and varied marine life. Fort Jefferson is open for self-guided tours where you can learn about the “Guardian of the Gulf".

Dry Tortugas National Park

One of the most common activities is wildlife viewing. To see alligators, visit Shark Valley, walk the Anhinga Trail, or go to Eco Pond.

Everglades National Park

Birding and wildlife viewing are popular outdoor activities. You’ll spend most of your time outdoors here, taking in the natural beauty of this vast Florida wilderness.

Big Cypress National Preserve

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