Emerald Islands, aquamarine water and colorful reefs combine history (presidents, pirates, shipwrecks) with boating, snorkeling , camping and years of history and wildlife to enjoy for a wonderful adventure.
Visitors arrive to this park to sunbathe, snorkel the reef, hike, bird-watch, fish, picnic, and search for seashells on a daily basis. There are specific areas designated for anglers to drop their lines in the northern areas of the park
For years, Lovers Key was accessible only by boat and it was said that only lovers traveled to the island to enjoy its remote and solitary beach. Today, it is one of four barrier islands that make up this state
A 5,930-acre (24 km²) 15 miles (24 km) east of Lake Wales. It contains floodplain, forest, prairie, hammock, flatwoods and LakesKissimmee, Tiger, and Rosalie. The park is home to 50 species of threatened or endangered plants and animals.