Where can I kayak in Key Biscayne?

Can you kayak to Key Biscayne?

Canoeing and kayaking are ideal ways to explore the mangrove fringed shorelines and shallow bay waters of the park. More experienced kayakers may enjoy crossing the seven mile expanse of Biscayne Bay to Elliott or Boca Chita Keys.

Can you rent kayak at Biscayne National Park?

See Biscayne Bay National Park by kayak or canoe

Canoe, paddle board and kayak rentals are available starting at $25 for 90 minutes. The park website lists several possible kayaking routes leaving from the visitor center area: Black Point paddle trail guide.

Are Beaches Open in Key Biscayne?

Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 21-20: All parks, recreational facilities, golf courses, and marinas in the incorporated and unincorporated areas of Miami-Dade County may be open, but only under limited circumstances. … Key Biscayne beaches (including Beach Park), swimming pools, fitness centers and gyms remain CLOSED.

Can you kayak to Boca Chita Key?

A paddle to Boca Chita Key is about eleven miles one way, and it is 8 miles one way to Adams Key. Most people paddling out to Elliott or Boca Chita are planning to camp and return in the following days.

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What time does Key Biscayne beach close?

The area features a long sandy beach with shallow water that extends for several yards beyond the shore. HOURS: Florida state parks are open from 8:00 a.m. until sundown 365 days a year. ADMISSION/FEES: $5.00 per vehicle, including up to eight visitors.

Is there a ferry to Biscayne National Park?

To get beyond the visitor center area requires a boat. There are no bridges or ferries to the islands or campgrounds and only one mile of road in the entire park.

How do I get to Biscayne Bay?

Getting to Biscayne National Park

You can reach the Dante Fascell Visitor Center from Florida’s Turnpike (take Exit 6/Speedway Blvd. and go left on Southwest 328th Street) or take US 1 to the visitor center.

How do I get to Elliot Key by boat?

There’s a boat launch at adjacent Homestead Bayfront Park and 66 slips on Elliott Key, available free on a first-come, first-served basis. Round-trip transportation to and from the visitor center to Elliott Key costs $50 (plus tax) round-trip per person and takes about an hour.

Is Elliot Key closed?

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Sign up for our newsletter and get updates on the coronavirus in Florida and across the nation. The waters of Biscayne National Park remain open but all land-based access is closed including Convoy Point, Boca Chita, Elliott Key, and Adams Key.