Biscayne National Park provides a wealth of opportunities for outdoors enthusiasts. If you are looking for an active adventure, try snorkeling, diving, canoeing or kayaking. If you have a few days, you can camp out on a subtropical island, or hike the length of Elliott Key. Does something a bit more relaxing sound good? How about a short stroll on the Jetty Trail, a picnic by the water, or a snooze in a rocking chair on the front porch of the Visitor Center?
For all its diversity, though, there are a few things you can't do in the park. Since most of the park is covered by water, you will need a boat to get most places. There is only one mile of paved roadway in the park, so there are no driving tours or bicycle paths, though a network of bike trails leading to the park is currently in the planning stages.