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Perdido Key - Beaches

The park offers just under two miles of white sand beaches on the Gulf of Mexico.

Visitors to coastal parks are reminded to pay close attention to the Warning Flag Signs posted at welcome stations and on the beaches. These flags indicate the swimming conditions at the beach. Double red flags mean absolutely no swimming because of high winds and undertow currents; yellow means swim with caution and stay close to shore; green means that the waters are safe; purple means that marine pests are present.

Please use caution! Lifeguards are not provided.


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Perdido Key - Birding

Several species of sea birds, shore birds and migratory birds may be viewed at the park.

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Perdido Key - Fishing

Surf fishing is a popular activity at the park.  Visitors commonly catch redfish, pompano, whiting, flounder, and several other species.

All fishing within the park must conform to regulations concerning size, number, method of capture and season.  A fishing license may be required.  More information is available at the Florida Wildlife Commission’s Fishing in Florida.

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Perdido Key - Parking

This park offers two beach access area parking lots along S.R. 292.  Parking is free with paid admission to the park.

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Perdido Key - Picnic Pavilion

Eight covered picnic shelters are available on a first-come, first-served basis at the park.

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Perdido Key - Restroom Facilities

Restroom facilities are available at both of the two use areas of the park.

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Perdido Key - Shelling

Shelling is a popular activity at the park during the winter months.  Visitors often find calico clams, cockles, and many other species of shells.  Live shelling is prohibited in all Florida State Parks.

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Perdido Key - Showers Day Visitors

Outdoor open cold-water showers are available at both of the park's use areas for visitors.

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Perdido Key - Surfing

Surfing is a popular activity at the park, especially during the winter months.  Surfing is at your own risk. There are no life guards on duty at the park.

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Perdido Key - Swimming

Swimming is a popular activity at the park.  Swimming is available in the Gulf of Mexico, at your own risk as there are no life guards at the park.

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Perdido Key - Water Fountain Potable Water

Potable water is available at both use areas of the park.  Drinking fountains may be found near the restrooms.