Florida Keys Camping: Dry Tortugas National Park

November 22, 2011
Filed under National Parks, Southeast Camping

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Florida Keys Camping: Dry Tortugas National Park

Dry Tortugas National Park: Photo supplied by NPS

Dry Tortugas National Park offers Florida Keys Camping. The park offers incredible coral reefs, abundant aquatic life, and even shipwrecks. Dry Tortugas National Park sees more than 80,000 visitors every year. You can only reach the park by boat or seaplane.

You can choose from many activities while visiting Dry Tortugas National Park including fishing, boating, snorkeling, kayaking and even scuba diving. One of the most popular ways to visit the park is by kayaking through all of the small islands in the park. Kayaking also allows you to experience private snorkeling adventures. There are many guided tours for fishing, snorkeling or diving, wildlife viewing, and sailing.

Dry Tortugas National Park is open all year, so visitors can enjoy it, no matter what month it is.The pass is $5 and is valid for one week. If you plan to visit multiple National Parks in a year, you can purchase an inter-agency pass for $80. The inter-agency pass is good for many national parks and is valid for one year from date of purchase.

For more information about family camping sites across the country, visit Woodall’s Family Camping directory!

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