As home to fish-bejeweled coral reefs, emerald islands, and beautiful aquamarine waters, Biscayne National Park is a scenic destination for nature lovers. Covered by 95% water, this national park located in Homestead, Florida, offers excellent opportunities to enjoy water-related pursuits and other recreational activities. It is no wonder that the park is dubbed a “watery wonderland”.
As you visit the park, prepare to enjoy boating, canoeing, and kayaking on the park’s waters where you’ll get to see the beautiful marine life in the creeks and bay waters. Fishing is also open to all who enjoy the activity. If you came with your binoculars, then you should not miss out on the exciting bird-watching opportunities the park offers. The mangroves in the park are also a sight to behold. Besides all these, guided boat tours can offer you even more in the park.
Keep in mind that RVs can only access a small portion of the park on the mainland, where you can visit the Dante Fascell Visitor Center or take a hike on the jetty trail. You must take a boat or go on a guided boat tour to visit the islands of the park. There are no RV camping options within Biscayne National Park as primitive island camping is the only available in-camp option. You can only access the park's two campgrounds by boat. There are still so many things to see and do at Biscayne National Park, making it well worth a trip, despite the lack of RV camping options inside the park.