When cold weather hits you can guarantee on moms are on the move. I’m sure a lot of our traveling moms are maybe heading down to South Florida to soak up some sun and escape the snow and chill of the northern state. So if you are heading down to South Florida and you wanted to do something else beside the beach and margaritas, you can check out the Biscayne National Park in Florida.
The Biscayne National Park is a great place for South Florida residents and visitors to spend the day. Located near Downtown Miami, Biscayne National Park is a true South Florida treasure – and has been so for quite some time. There is evidence of over 1,000 years of human inhabitants from pirates and pineapple farmers to people just wanting to take advantage of this piece of paradise.
Things to do at Biscayne National Park
It’s a new little sanctuary I just discovered. It’s a national park a wide variety of stuff to do with the whole family They have glass bottom boat trips, island excursions, snorkeling adventures, canoe trips, Ranger talks, Family Fun Fest, underwater videos, displays and art exhibits… On the coral reef they have turtles, sharks and shipwrecks are great too, but don’t miss flamingo tongue snails, Christmas tree worms and mermaid’s wineglasses. It’s perfect for curious little minds; if you are a home school parent you can cover a huge part of Botanical science for the semester. You get to enjoy nature, culture while having fun. Most of the activities are either free or under $30.
The park address is: Biscayne National Park 9700 SW 328 Street Homestead, FL 33033
Give them a call if you have any question (305) 230-7275
PS: Note to FTC Biscayne park didn’t pay me to talk about the park, I just think it’s a cool place worth sharing.