Biscayne National Park Closes Elliott Key Harbor And Campground To Protect Visitors From ThemselvesBiscayne National Park Closes Elliott Key Harbor And Campground To Protect Visitors From Themselves

February 2013
National Parks Traveler;2/7/2013, p1
The article offers information on Florida-based Biscayne National Park officials that have decided to close the harbor and campground to prevent possible submerging at Elliott Key Harbor in Florida. It informs that three boat slips in Elliott Key Harbor were opened provide short-term access for unloading and loading passengers and gear. It informs that Ranger Willie Lopez, chief of Biscayne said that public safety is the primary concern and is trying hard to restore Elliott Key Harbor to full operations after extensive structural damage sustained by the docks during the Sandy storm.


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