Biscayne National Park
“Plenty of fish in the sea” may not be the case around some South Florida waters, especially around a popular national park.
A new National Park Service report says more than 2.5 million people visited the national parks in South Florida last year.
An effort to save an endangered species of butterflies from becoming extinct has so far been successful—and now the butterflies and larvae have been released in their natural habitat.
Good news for boaters in South Florida. Biscayne National Park’s Elliot Key reopened Thursday, after being closed for nearly 18 months.
In October 2012, high tides from Hurricane Sandy heavily damaged the docks Elliot Key, separating them from the seawall.
At the time, National Park Service decided to close the island to visitors and do some serious repairs.
Find peace and restoration in the tranquility of one of South Florida’s top-rated parks.
The National Park Service issued a new report Monday that showed Biscayne National Park saw nearly 500,000 visitors in 2012 and those tourists spent $29 million in the communities around the park.
A new trolley system provides free transportation and free access to Everglades and Biscayne National parks.It’s the first of its kind nationally to offer public transportation to two national parks.
South Florida offers so many exciting attractions for families, from parks to museums to wildlife. When your family is ready to take a break from the South Beach scene, visit some of these kid-friendly attractions, which are favorites of locals and visitors alike.
The government shutdown couldn’t stop the party on the waters of Biscayne National Park.