Dive Site: Red Reef Park MAP IT!
City: Boca Raton, Florida (1400 N. Ocean Blvd.)
Type of Dive: Snorkeling Only
Depth: 6-12 Feet
Parking: $18 per vehicle on the weekends
Local Beach Cam: South Beach Park Beach Cam
The Boca Raton Red Reef Park Snorkeling Beach Dive:
The Boca Raton Red Reef Park artificial reefs were created to cover up jagged rock, and soon became home to many different organisms. During low tide, the four or five reefs which are 30 feet offshore become exposed. This Boca Raton dive site is best at high tide.
There are also artificial reef boulders slightly outside and south of the Red Reef park area.
This is a shallow beach dive which is protected by lifeguards. Great for beginners. Scuba diving is not permitted here, but snorkeling and free diving are.
NO NEED FOR A DIVE FLAG! (I thought I’d NEVER get to post that!)
Directions to the Boca Raton Red Reef Park Snorkeling Beach Dive Location:
From I-95, take Palmetto Park Rd. (exit 44) east. Make a left onto A1A / N. Ocean Blvd. You will take this road for about .8 miles. Red Reef will be on your right.
Due the price of entry, make sure to carpool – that includes putting a friend in the trunk. No food or snacks are sold in the park.
What You May See At The Boca Raton Red Reef Park Snorkeling Dive Site:
Turtles, sergeant majors, barracuda, eels and rays.
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