11 Incredible National Parks in Florida You Must Visit


Did you know there are 11 national parks in Florida? From the famous Everglades to the underwater paradise of Dry Tortugas, each one of these Florida national parks is well worth a visit!

Florida is one of the most fascinating destinations on the planet, and its national parks are living proof of it.

Everglades National Park

The Everglades National Park is home to a whopping 15 million acres of pure wilderness. The park boasts a huge array of subtropical ecosystems, including mangroves, marine, coastal lowlands, and so much more.

Biscayne National Park

A day spent snorkeling or scuba diving is the best way to explore under Biscayne’s waves. You can also book a glass-bottom boat tour if you don’t want to get wet.

Dry Tortugas National Park

While visiting, you can snorkel in search of untouched coral reefs, find the colors of the rainbow in the sea life, or count how many different species of animals you can find.

Gulf Islands National Seashore

Much of this area is uncrowded and completely unspoiled. Thanks to the place’s expansiveness, finding a spot to enjoy the views in complete solitude is a pretty easy feat.

Canaveral National Seashore

The 24,000-acre national seashore encompasses 24 miles of practically untouched beaches, a barrier island, a coastal hammock, and pinewood flats.

Big Cypress National Preserve

The 729,000 acres of national preserve are home to the endangered Florida Panther and it’s also a designated International Dark Sky Site.

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