Dry Tortugas National Park
The park is 64,700 acres, which translates to 101 square miles. You can only get to this via boat or seaplane. It's famous for its snorkleing, scuba diving and saltwater fishing.
Everglades National Park
There are 4 visitor centers in the park.
Shark Valley Visitor Center - on the Tamianmi Trail, west of Miami
Ernest F. Coe Visitor Center
Flamingo Visitor Center and Marina
Gulf Coast Visitor Center - on State Road 29
Indian Key Historic State Park
John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park
U.S. 1 Mile Marker 102.5
Key Largo, Florida 33037
Hours, Fees and Camping reservations information: click here
or call 1-305-451-1202
GPS 25° 07'40.51" N 80° 24'36.46" W
( Entrance )
GPS 25° 07'27.23" N 80° 24'25.19" W
( Waters edge at boat ramp )
Snorkeling, Scuba diving, swimming, sunbathing, boat ramp, canoeing, kayaking, beaches, saltwater fishing, restrooms, full camping facility, showers, picnicking, playground, boat tours and wildlife viewing.
|Florida Saltwater Fishing Regulations||Safe Handling of Self Caught Seafood|
|National and State Parks in Monroe County ( The Keys ) Florida|
|Areas in Monroe County Florida include; Bay Point, Big Coppitt Key, Big Pine Key, Cudjoe Key, Duck Key, Flamingo, Islamorada, Key Colony Beach, Key Largo, Key West, Layton, Marathon, North Key Largo, Stock Island, Sugarloaf Shores and Tavernier.|