Ever wanted to run away to your own private island? Even in overpopulated South Florida, you've got options. Not to be confused with Boca Chica Key, its Florida Keys neighbor more than 100 miles to the southwest, Boca Chita Key is an island getaway in Biscayne National Park. Guests who plan to camp overnight can access the island only via private vessel and must adhere to the rules. Pets are not allowed on Boca Chita or on the boats docking on the island because they could cause harm to the plover population there. Mosquitoes are out for blood from June through September, so the park waives its docking and camping fee ($15) those months. Toilets are available to campers, but the island has no running water. This is camping, after all. If that all sounds a little too Survivor, test the waters on Biscayne National Park Institutes's guided tour of Boca Chita. Guests depart from the Dante Fascell Visitor Center in Homestead and return three hours later. Be sure to visit the observation deck at the island's 65-foot-tall lighthouse for a breathtaking view of the national park.