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    Dry Tortugas

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July 22, 2014
Tourism to South Florida National Parks Creates 206 Million in Economic Benefit and Over 2700 Jobs
KEY WEST, Florida – A new National Park Service report shows that over two and a half million visitors to the national parks in South Florida, spent $206 million last year in surrounding communities. That spending supported over 2,700 jobs in South Florida. In Dry Tortugas National Park 58,400 visitors spent over $3.4 million and supported 35 jobs in surrounding communities.

June 05, 2014
Bob Krumenaker Appointed Acting Superintendent
Bob Krumenaker New Acting Superintendent Effective August 2014

March 07, 2014
Justin Unger Selected for Deputy Superintendent
Everglades National Park Superintendent Dan Kimball announces the selection of Justin Unger as Deputy Superintendent for both Everglades and Dry Tortugas National Parks effective March 3 2014.

March 03, 2014
Tourism to Dry Tortugas National Park Creates $3.2 Million in Economic Benefit Report shows visitor spending supports 33 jobs in local economy
HOMESTEAD, Florida – A new National Park Service (NPS) report shows that 60, 550 visitors to Dry Tortugas National Park in 2012 spent approximately $3.2 million in communities near the park. That spending supported 33 jobs in the local area.

Did You Know?

Fish on Coral Reef

Dry Tortugas National Park protects the southwest tip of South Florida's coral reef tract. This represents the third-largest barrier reef system outside of Australia and Belize!