Southeast Parks & Preserves
The southeast region of Florida has been a popular area for decades. Many parks and preserves have been established to preserve some of this overly developed area. Fishing, boating, camping, diving and snorkeling are very popular activities within the abundant parks here.
Fee Restrooms Concession Bait Rentals Pier or Jetty Boat Launch Drive On Dive or Snorkel Camping
John U. Lloyd State Park
6503 North Ocean Drive, Dania Beach 954-923-2833
This beach front state park offers fishing from shore, a boat launch, kayaking, picnic areas, nature walks and concessions. Many educational activities are offered throughout the year. Visit Florida State Parks for more information.
Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park
1200 S. Crandon Boulevard Key Biscayne 305-361-5811
Cape Florida State Park's lighthouse, first built in 1825, is the oldest structure in Miami. This magnificent part is voted one of the top 10 beaches in the country. With a 1.25 mile sugar white sand beach and sea walls, shore anglers have many places to throw a line including 8 fishing piers. Camping at this park on your boat anchored in No Name Harbor or on land at a primitive camp site is a great Florida experience.
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Stiltsville was originally developed by individuals, many buildings built as fishing camps and party houses on the water. Dozens existed many years back, a sort of City on the Sea. Today only 7 buildings remain and they are off limits to visitors. You can enjoy these colorful building at a distance from your own boat or hop on a tour boat.