More Than 300 Swear Oath To U.S. At Biscayne National ParkOver the next two days, more than 300 men, women and children will swear their allegiance to the United States and become official become U.S. citizens at Biscayne National Park.
Safety On Water Stressed For Upcoming Columbus Day Holiday WeekendIn order to keep things safe on the water over the upcoming Columbus Day holiday weekend, Biscayne National Park has partnered up with a number of agencies to crackdown on boaters posing a risk to themselves or others.
Officials Approve Plan To Cool Scorching Temperatures At Turkey PointState officials approved an emergency request for more water to control the temperatures in the cooling canals at Turkey Point on Thursday.
Biscayne National Park May No Longer Allow Commercial Fishing “Plenty of fish in the sea” may not be the case around some South Florida waters, especially around a popular national park.
Elliot Key To Reopen After 18-Month ClosureIn 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.
Report Shows National Park Service Financial Benefit To Local CommunitiesThe 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.