The warm and clear South Florida waters have more year-round snorkeling spots than just about anywhere else in the world.
The part of Peanut Island that lies within Singer Island, however, is a particularly great spot. The water there stays at a comfortable 85-degree average during September and there is always an array of underwater wildlife.
Peanut Island is an 80 acres island in the Intracoastal Waterways that was formed in 1918 and was named “peanut” after the island was used as a terminal for shipping peanut oil. In 1946, the plans for the enterprise fell through and the name stuck. The island possesses two separate areas that are great to snorkel, one is a small reef and then a larger lagoon, on the east side of the island…