Occupying the southern tip of Key Biscayne, this park’s wide beaches regularly make the national top ten lists. But this is more than just a place to catch some rays: there’s history, wildlife and plenty of activities too. You can tour the Cape Florida Lighthouse, the oldest building in south Florida; explore native wildlife planted in the aftermath of 1992’s Hurricane Andrew; and try your hand at shoreline fishing, ocean kayaking, windsurfing, cycling and in-line skating. Covered pavilions are available for picnics, and the Lighthouse Café offers good food.
|Venue name:||Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park||Contact:|
1200 S Crandon Blvd
|Opening hours:||Daily 8am–sunset|
|Price:||Admission $8, vehicle; $2, on foot|