Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park

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Billy Baggs Cape Florida State Park is a large park situated on the island of Key Biscayne in Florida, USA. The park was established in 1967 and covers 400 acres of land. It is named after Billy Baggs who was the editor the Miami News until his death in 1969, Baggs was key in working to protect the land from development and to keep it in its natural state. The park is mainly used for recreational activities with a mile long Atlantic beachfront and areas for cycling, hiking and camping. The park also includes the Cape Florida Light which is the oldest remaining standing structure in Greater Miami.

Getting there

If you are travelling by car, there are a couple of onsite car parks in different areas of the park for visitors to use. The 102 bus service travels to the entrance of the park.

Opening Times and Admission

The park is a public park. It is open to use at all hours of every day for free.

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  • 1200 Crandon Blvd, Key Biscayne, FL 33149, USA
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  • +1 305-361-5811

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