Biscayne Park, Florida, also known as “The Forgotten Keys”, is a hidden paradise for divers. Biscayne National Park borders the Florida Keys, is accessible mainly by boat and is known for its underwater wall that run’s from 65 to 110 feet. The wall includes many varieties of vertical coral as well as passing fish, making it the perfect place to take up diving. They also offer a mini wall, called Park Place, which offers a similar experience but a bit shorter, averaging 40 to 85 feet high. Biscayne National Underwater Park is located on the world’s third largest coral system, (the largest in North America) and offers a variety of packages for the diving connoisseur. So whether you are a novice diver or the Big Kahuna of diving, they have a package to fit your needs. Just stop by The Village of Biscayne Park and set yourself up with an exciting itinerary.
Even if you are not a diver there are still many exciting adventures to choose from. The visitors center in the Village of Biscayne Park will help you plan your excursions, making sure all your needs are met and that you get your quota of fun filled activities. Excursions range from a relaxing glass bottom boat ride, where you can see up close and personal, and all the aquatic neighbors in their natural habitat. There is also a snorkel tour you can take, which hits all the hot spots so it takes out the guess work as to where the best colorful underwater life is at. If you want to stay up close and personal, you can camp at one the camp grounds which offer an array of “roughing it” things to do from fishing to hiking.
No matter what your vacation tastes are, The Village of Biscayne Park, offers many varieties of fun filled family adventures for even the fussiest of travelers. You can avoid the major crowds and actually relax and take your time and enjoy the wonders of nature. The Village of Biscayne Park is defiantly a must to add to your list of places to visit. It is located right next to the Biscayne National Park where there are virtually an unlimited number of things to experience. You can experience the life style of a Village that still holds dear, the values that it started it with back in the 1930’s. Take a step back in time and relax, get away from it all and truly experience life with out the mayhem of today’s world. Once you go there, to the quiet peaceful atmosphere, you will never want to go back to the hectic pace of the real world.