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Bill Baggs Cape Florida

Key Biscayne, Florida

Contact Information
1200 S. Crandon Blvd.
Key Biscayne, 33149
(305) 361-5811

The island is named after the late Miami newspaper editor who championed this area for a state park, Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park is part of a large barrier island ecosystem. Following Hurricane Andrew in 1992, an extensive restoration program was undertaken. The goal of the program is to restore the natural plant communities and systems historically associated with the island.

The trailers will enjoy fishing, hiking, picnicking,nature trail, swimming and much more activities. Concessions and showers are available.

A
visit to the historic lighthouse or an afternoon of saltwater fishing, Cape Florida SRA offers visitors an outstanding, outdoor recreational experience.

The park provides a valued retreat for urban residents who wish to escape the city to experience the Real Florida. Voted one of the "Top 10 Beaches in the U.S.", the park's 1.25 miles of wide, sandy beachfront offers visitors exceptional Atlantic swimming year-round. Some of the best shoreline fishing in the region is available from the seawall located along Biscayne Bay. Saltwater fishing licenses are required in Florida. 18 covered pavilions provide shaded picnicking overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay.

Hours of Operation
The park is open from 8:00 AM to Sunset.

Driving Directions
Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park is located on Key Biscayne. From Miami, take I-95 to the Rickenbacker Causeway, all the way to the end.

Park Activities

Concessions
"The Lighthouse Cafe" offers visitors casual oceanfront dining in a relaxed open-air setting. The concession offers a variety of rentals including bicycles, Hydrobikes, rollerblades, ocean kayaks, windsurfers, beach chairs and umbrellas. The adjoining Gift Shop features a variety of quality gift items including souvenir T-shirts, postcards, film and beach sundries.

Fishing
Some of the best shoreline fishing in the region is available from the seawall located along Biscayne Bay. Saltwater fishing licenses are required in Florida.


Picnicking
18 covered pavilions provide shaded picnicking overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay.