Plan Your Visit
Plan your visit to Dry Tortugas National Park
Due to the park's remote location and limited transportation options, it is important to spend a little time planning ahead to get the most out of this most remarkable maritime and marine treasure!
The links above will provide information on how to get to the park, what you need to bring with you, resources available for visitors, and other important information to assist in making this trip of a lifetime, a wonderful national park memory. Should you require further assistance, you can always contact us.
If you would like to talk to a park ranger with questions about Dry Tortugas National Park, you can call the main park number at 305-242-7700. You may also leave a voicemail at the prompt and a ranger will return your call as soon as they are available.
You can also send an email with your inquiry to e-mail us.
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Did You Know?
Between the months of March and September, some 100,000 sooty terns will come to nest on the islands of the Dry Tortugas. They are joined by brown noddies, roseate terns, double-crested cormorants and brown pelicans.