Coral Cove Park Snorkeling
The 4th most popular snorkel dive spot in Florida Southeast.
Saturday 19 November 2016 06:20 GMT
North of West Palm Beach and Jupiter, the snorkeling at Coral Cove Park is known for an artificial reef that attracts diverse marine life and occasional sharks. The horseshoe-shaped snorkeling reef at Coral Cove Park covers over two acres and is located just offshore.
To reach the Coral Cove Park snorkeling from Miami, head north on US95 to Exit #87A. Head east on SR706 (aka W. Indiantown Road. Turn left heading north on US1. Just across the Loxahatchee River bridge, turn right heading east on S Beach Road for about 0.5 miles. The Coral Cove Park is located on the right at 19450 County Road 707. To reach the snorkeling in southeast Florida by air, there are several options. The most popular option is to fly into Miami International Airport (MIA), which is served by all major US and international airlines. Also nearby, a potentially lower cost option is to fly into Ft Lauderdale airport (FLL). From either of these airports, you can rent a car to drive to the dive site, but watch out for automated cash-less toll highways along the way.
Overall, Coral Cove Park is the 4th most popular snorkel dive spot of all 24 snorkeling dives in Florida Southeast. Several of the better snorkeling spots are nearby Coral Cove Park including Peanut Island, Bathtub Reef, Ocean Reef Park, Fort Pierce Inlet State Park, Jaycee Park and Riviera City BeachBreakers Reef.