Biscayne National Park

Underwater Fun!

About The Park

Within sight of downtown Miami, yet worlds away Biscayne National Park is a Beautiful
sight to see. Biscayne National Park is mostly underwater but there are some land activities. This National Park discovered one of the rarest plants on the world in 2001, the Pemaphore Pricklypear Cactus. There are now over 570 of the Semaphore Pricklypear Cactus in Biscayne National Park. Nearly every island in the park has evidence of use by native people. The Biscayne National Park spans 10,000 years of human history.


Things To Do

There are many things to do in Biscayne National Park. There are few activities on land and many underwater. For example, on land, you can camp, sight see, and just chill. There are many more activities to do underwater. You can boat, scuba dive, snorkel and more. You can also fish on land and have pick nicks. This park would be one fun place to visit, if you like wildlife and love the water.


Biscayne National Park Is A Beautiful Place

More Information

Biscayne National Park protects four distinct ecosystems: the shoreline mangrove swamp, and the shallow waters of Biscayne Bay. The shoreline swamps of the mainland and island margins provide a nursery for larval and juvenile fish, molluscs and crustaceans.Offshore reefs and waters harbor more than 200 species of fish, pelagic birds, whales and hard corals.