Dr. Von D. Mizell - Eula Johnson State Park is a jewel nestled in the middle of a major metropolitan area. Tucked away between the cities of Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood, the park offers over 2 miles of beach and oceanfront where anyone may experience and enjoy the tropical way of life in South Florida.
Fall is probably the best time of the year to visit the park. Skies are clear, temperatures are slowly coming down to moderate levels, and the gentle breezes hint of cooler times to come.
In October, the annual southern migrations of birds and fish start occurring to the mutual delight of birders and fishermen alike, who hope to achieve a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
The park is here for your enjoyment, whether you hike on the nature trail, have a picnic, kayak down Whiskey Creek, bicycle, swim the ocean blue, dive down to the off-shore reefs or just relax on the beach.