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Located in Key Biscayne, the park is an ideal getaway from the fast paced city life of Miami. The park is named in honour of Bill Baggs who was the editor of the Miami News and died in 1969. The park is known for its 1-mile stretch of pristine beach, several picnic pavilions and historical lighthouse. The view from the lighthouse is quite charming and worth the hike. There are several activities that take place here like fishing, canoeing, kayaking and boating. It is also possible to go biking and hiking around the park area. The picnic facilities available here are extremely comfortable and available for large and small groups. There is also a visitor centre and museum with interesting exhibits here. There is boat camping allowed in No Name Harbour and a campsite for organized groups.
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They ask for $8.00 to allow you to enter, but nothing else is said or offered. I guess I was expecting a map, brochure, or to get asked if we had ever visited the park. The park is nice enough and has great vistas of the water. The lighthouse door was open, so I went in and stood there for a few minutes reading about the lighthouse. Next I here someone say, "I guess you don't give a damn about anyone else." Then I notice a head on the side of the doorway in forming me that there is a line. When I exit I see the rangers shirt. My wife later in formed me that there was no visible line and the ranger had been sitting off to the side and never informed me of the line. In fact he took quite a long time to go to the door and be just plain rude. So much for diplomacy!
Nice 1 mile stretch on the beach for a long walk. Good shaded trails for 3 mile run. Water is clear. Cool stretch along lighthouse. No Name Harbor with boat campers - nice. Fishing docks. 2 (restaurants) grills. Story of Bill Baggs is a good one. Easy drive out and back, and a great way to spend the day while waiting for folks to fly into Miami ...before driving down the keys.
A great place for the family. Nice, quiet beach, some good trails as well. Lighthouse and grounds a fun to explore. The grill at No Name Harbor offers some good, simple food to enjoy on their deck.
Beautiful beaches. The light house tour is cool. Fishing is okay. Fun place.
Wilder and less crowded than South Beach. Would recommend to spend a couple of hours on the beach and enjoy the sun and palm trees. I preferred the north of the beach, a bit further away from the hotels and tourists.