Florida National Parks
There are three Florida national parks to visit on a fun and cheap vacation.
See a park that is 95% water. Visit where pirates once roamed with legends of sunken treasure. See the wonder of the everglades.
Biscayne National Park - Located in southeast Florida this is a park that is 95% water!
Biscayne National Park is home to spiny lobsters, sea turtles, manatees and many more types of marine life.
There is boating (rentals in Miami and Key Largo), fishing, snorkeling, diving and more.
Biscayne National Park< - NPS Picture
Dry Tortugas National Park - Located in the south, 70 nautical miles west of Key Largo. There is much marine and bird life as well as the legends of pirates and sunken treasures that provide this park its uniqueness. The primary cultural feature is one of the largest 19th century American coastal forts. There is fishing, sailing scuba diving, snorkeling and more.
Dry Tortugas National Park - NPS Picture
Everglades National Park - Located in the southern part of the state this is the largest subtropical wilderness in the continental United States. It has a great deal of fresh, brackish and salt water areas, open everglades and more.
Everglades National Park is the only place on the planet where alligators and crocodiles coexist. There is boating, boat touring, canoeing, kayaking, bicycling, fishing, hiking and more.
Everglades National Park - NPS Picture
Note: Pictures are courtesy of the National Park Service.
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