Biscayne National Park attract near 500,000
visitors a year. It's a fantastic place to visit. There are mangrove
shoreline, crystal clear waters, emerald isles, and living coral reefs.
Many of the park's visitors enter the park by
private boat. They fish, tour, and enjoy the waters of the park. They
picnic and camp on the islands. Others snorkel or scuba dive amongst the
living coral reefs.
Other visitors arrive by car to Convoy Point,
location of the park's headquarters and the Dante Fascell Visitor Center.
(Click here for
Directions to Convoy Point). At Convoy Point visitors can picnic,
explore the Visitor Center, fish, canoe, or take one of the boat tours
offered by the park's concessionaire. The concession offers gift sales,
glass bottom boat tours, scuba and snorkel trips, canoe rentals, and
transportation to the island for campers.