John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park near Key West, FL
The park staff fully realizes that being a good swimmer does not automatically mean that these they have snorkeled before. If this is their first time doing so, the staff highly recommends practicing near the safety of the beach. Although the best areas of snorkeling will be around the reef, this is still a great place to snorkel. You will see lots of different varieties of fish and sponges here. Other park activities are canoeing, kayaking, fishing, hiking, picnicking, swimming, and visiting the aquarium and theater at the Visitor Center.
The park welcomes all manner of visitors. All of its amenities are handicap accessible for visitors with special needs. There is so much here to ensure the complete comfort and welcoming of visitors. To this end, there are campsites available and free Wi-Fi accessibility.
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