National Park Photo Feature of the Week: Everybody’s National Parks/Biscayne

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  • Place: Biscayne National Park, Florida
  • Date: January 2019 (during the government shutdown)
  • Photo Credit: Danielle (Everybody’s National Parks)
  • Pictured (above): We took a guided boat tour to Boca Chita Key. We climbed the 65 foot lighthouse and enjoyed scenic views of the islands, bay, ocean and Miami skyline.
  • Pictured (Below): The kids nicknamed this tree the lounge chair tree, which took this shape from a hurricane.
  • Why they are some of my favorites: We loved this place. We came on a weekday when it was very quiet. The color of the water was clear as glass. We toured the lighthouse, learned about the history and then went for a swim and played on the beach. On the boat trip back we saved some other boaters who ran into some trouble. We loved seeing the juxtaposition of the island and nature all around us with the skyline of Miami across the bay.

Meet Danielle from Everybody’s National Park

I’m Danielle and along with my husband Bryan and our 2 junior rangers we host Everybody’s National Parks, an audio guide podcast promoting family adventure in our national parks. “It’s like having a ranger in your pocket.” We created the podcast we were looking for to help plan and prepare for our trips.–Written by Danielle from Everybody’s National Parks

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5 thoughts on “National Park Photo Feature of the Week: Everybody’s National Parks/Biscayne

  1. Interesting tree. In Jasper, we have a lot of trees that are near the Athabasca River and in the open, they bend with the prevailing winds into a curving shape on which our kids at the time could sit. We call them banana trees here, but the effect is similar and they make for nice photos. Good to see a warm place, as it is chilly here. Thanks for sharing. Allan

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