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Cayo Costa State Park
Paradise awaits you at Cayo Costa State Park, with nine miles of untouched beaches accessible only by boat. This pristine park is a prime spot for fishing, snorkling, beachcombing and exploring this magnificent 2,436-acre piece of paradise.
4 Nautical Miles West of Pine Island (26.685789, -82.245381)
Cayo Costa FL 33922
Hugh Taylor Birch State Park
Tucked between the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway, this peaceful sanctuary offers visitors a slice of coastal wilderness within this vibrant city. Ft. Lauderdale’s “Central Park” was gifted to the city by Hugh Taylor Birch for whom this urban oasis is named.
3109 East Sunrise Blvd.
Fort Lauderale FL 33304
Mike Roess Gold Head Branch State Park
Gold Head is located on rolling sandhills on the North Central Ridge of Florida with one of the few remaining examples of an old growth stand of longleaf pines. A steep head ravine with seepage springs forms Gold Head Branch and bisects the park. Marshes, lakes and scrub provide habitat for a wide variety of wildlife.
6239 State Road 21
Keystone Heights FL 32656