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 off-shore reef become exposed. This Boca Raton dive site is best at high tide.
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, parrot fish, barracuda, eels and rays.
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