The Biscayne National Park offers a range of fantastic attractions. This national park is home to the world’s third longest coral reef. It also has a vast landscape stretching from Florida’s east coast to the northernmost Florida Keys. This national park offers a rare combination of emerald islands, coral reefs, aquamarines, and some fantastic campgrounds.
Here are some camping grounds which are most frequented by travellers exploring this national treasure.
Elliot Key Campground
This campground is located in Biscayne National Park’s largest Island. Camping here allows you to explore the turquoise waters. If you love kayaking, snorkelling, or scuba diving, this is the place to be.
Larry and Penny Thompson Park
The Larry and Penny Thompson Park is found on the mainland. Its location makes it a great value campground, as it is close to all major attractions in this park.
John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park
The John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park is primarily a marine reserve which shares a boundary with Biscayne National park. This campground is quite different, thanks to the availability of eateries, stores, amenities, and a vibrant nightlife.
An underwater park with a precious marine life, Biscayne is the real deal when it comes to beach camping and water sports.