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Park Map of Biscayne National Park

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Do Not Use This Map For Navigation
It does not show water depths, navigational aids, and sufficient detail for sufficient safe boating. Use NOAA nautical chart 11451 or charts 11462, 11463, and 11465.

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Map Key to Facilities
Ranger station Restrooms Picnic area Boat launch Gas dock Marina Nature trail Primitive campground Popular anchorage

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KENDALL

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Ludlum Road (SW 67 Avenue)

R “2” MATHESON HAMMOCK PARK (Dade County) Y “B”

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BILL BAGGS CAPE FLORIDA STATE PARK
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Boundary marker

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SW 144 Street

Coral Reef Drive

(SW 152 Street)

SW 168 Street

CHICKEN KEY

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Coconut Palm Drive (SW 248th Street)

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Natans Reef pile

Spoil Area
R “8” ARSENICKER KEY MANGROVE KEY
ON BIC S RU KEY

Dock (private) Christmas Point

Adams Key
CAESAR CREEK
“2” “1” “4” “19” R “20”

Schooner Wreck

AJAX REEF
FLORIDA KEYS NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARY

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LITTLE CARD SOUND
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“16” “18”

Ball Buoy Reef “1”

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JOHN PENNEKAMP CORAL REEF STATE PARK
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Map Key to Water Features and Landmarks
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BLACK POINT PARK (Dade County)

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B I S C AY N E
R “2” Black Point Breakwater

N AT I O N A L
“1”

PA R K
RAGGED KEYS
(private)

Water Depths 0-6 feet (0-1.8 meters) Shallows and Reefs Shoal or spoil area Channel Markers (entering from seaward) Red starboard daymarker (even numbered) Green port daymarker (odd numbered) Other Aids and Landmarks
“7”

6-12 feet (1.8-3.6 meters)

Over 12 feet (Over 3.6 meters)

Coral reef near water surface

Canal

Coral reefs also lie deeper below water surface.

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harbor “2” “4” G “3”

ornamental lighthouse

STAR REEF

Starboard buoy Port buoy

Other buoy Daymarker

Spoil Area

Boca Chita Key
LEWIS CUT

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Light Light color: R G W Y
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Wreck Mooring buoy

Lighthouse Tower

“X”

BOWLES BANK
R “8”

Red Green White Yellow

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Fender Point “S” SANDS KEY

rea un da ry

SANDS

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“9”

closed area

B I S C AY N E

B AY

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Boating Markers and Flags
Know these common buoys, signs, and flags. They are essential to safe navigation. Channel Markers (entering from seaward)

3

Port (odd numbered) Lights flash green

4

Starboard (even numbered) Lights flash red

Diver’s Flag

TRIUMPH REEF
W “2TR”

Regulatory Flags Keep out

Danger

Convoy Point Visitor Center
Park Headquarters R “2” G “1” HOMESTEAD BAYFRONT PARK (Dade County)

Speed Limit (No wake-5mph)

“13”

R “2”

Sea Grape Point

Elliott Key Ranger Station
R “2” Elliott Key Harbor W “1” Ott Point

“14”

Storm Warning Flags For up-to-date weather forcasts, phone (305) 661-5065 or monitor marine radio reports on VHF channels 1, 2, or 3. Channel 16 broadcasts special weather warnings.

Small craft advisory (20-38 mph winds) Storm or whole gale (55-73 mph winds)

Gale (39-54 mph winds) Hurricane (74 mph winds or higher)

“15” Point Adelle

“16”

Mandalay Wreck

Lugano Wreck

MARGOT FISH SHOAL

LONG REEF

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