A unique location that combines two local past times, sightseeing and snorkeling. This remote national park consists of several small islands and a lot of open water, and is also the site of the impressive Fort Jefferson, the largest 19th century military base that still stands in the United States. Getting here is part of the fun, as the fort is only accessible via boat or seaplane. Most opt for the daily concession ferry, but guests are also welcome to bring their own boat or charter one. Make sure to grab a Marine Visitor Use Map that marks the best local spots for swimming, fishing, and snorkeling.
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