This beautiful state park on the southern tip of Key Biscayne is a natural wonderland that offers a look at how Florida’s coastline appeared to the area’s first inhabitants. There’s a playground onsite and nature trails to hike, including a pretty one through the mangroves. Other park activities include fishing from the shoreline and picnicking in the pavilions. But most people come for the beautiful beach, one of the most untouched stretches in all of Florida.
Open daily from 8 a.m. until sunset
$8 per car for up to eight people or $2 per person for pedestrians and bicyclists