Explore the Shore

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Long Key State Park

Visitors will enjoy a Ranger guided walk on the shoreline exploring what the tide has brought in. We might discover things washed ashore from all over the world such as seabeans, animal skulls, shells, jellyfish, crabs, and plants and flowers! Please bring water to drink, wear shoes that can get wet, and wear sunscreen and a hat. Additionally, you may wish to bring sunglasses, bug spray, cameras and binoculars. We leave from the Day Use Ocean Overlook at 1:00 P.M.


Free with paid park admission.

Event Time: 

Friday, September 15, 2017 - 1:00pm EDT

Contact Info: 

(305) 664-4815

Additional Information: 

To participate in this program you must be able to walk over uneven/soft surfaces, or ask at the ranger station to borrow our beach friendly wheelchair.