When we went, we did a lot of kayaking. We saw a ton of wildlife, beautiful waters, and views. Unfortunately, there's a TON of liter (not the park's fault, just dirty people who don't care about the environment). There's a ton to see there, and I wish we could have spent more time to be able to do a private boat tour or go snorkeling! I guess we have to go back!
We were expecting a lot more when it came to the snorkeling… the water was semi cloudy and we only saw a couple fish. It wasn't what we expected, but still a fun experience. We stayed at the group campsite and got hit with a ton of storms. Thankfully there was a shelter nearby where we hung out for most of our trip. It had cover and picnic tables so we could escape from the rain. When it was nice out, it was good fishing and nice sunsets. We fit about 18 people in the group site.
This park is all about the water. Awesome kayaking, snorkling, and scuba diving. The water is beautiful, and the park itself is super relaxing!
Biscayne National Park is almost entirely water. Enjoy snorkeling, kayaking, and everything water. A boat is needed to reach these campgrounds and are tent only. No reservations.