Dry Tortugas is actually a group of islands about 75 miles from Key West, Florida. The only way to get there is by charter plane or boat, which vary on prices and rules, so you will need to check with the park officials about which of these allow canines. The park is dog-furiendly, and your dog can join you on many of the activities you can enjoy here. The Garden Key island has a historic building called Fort Jefferson that you can explore and Loggerhead Key, which is the largest, has a lighthouse and sandy beaches. You will not find any technology here though. In fact, there is no running water or electricity, but you can go snorkeling and swimming to see some of the most vibrant coral reef gardens in the world.
Whether you are camping or just here for the day, the Dry Tortugas National Park has something fun for everyone to do. The views are furfectly amazing, and you can truly get away from it all with no phones or other technology. Your canine kid will enjoy having your full attention, and you can relax and have a stress-free vacation.