Key Biscayne, Florida
Key Biscayne is a secluded island village across the bay from Miami that's known as "The Island Paradise."
Featuring pristine Caribbean water, and highly rated parks on the north and south, Key Biscayne is an eco-village that hosts some of the world's best eco-adventures.
Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park was ranked #7 in 2013 and #8 in 2012 among USA beaches by Dr. Beach. This Florida State Park is home to one of Key Biscayne's famous landmarks, the Cape Florida lighthouse. Besides beach activities like sunbathing and swimming, visitors enjoy fishing, biking, kayaking, guided tours of the lighthouse and lighthouse keeper´s cottage, camping, boating overnight at No name Harbor, park restaurants and picnicking.
Crandon Park, a Miami-Dade County Park is packed full of amenities, featuring world class golf and tennis facilities, a visitor and nature center, eco-adventure tours, self-guided nature trails, a mangrove boardwalk to a fossilized reef overlook, kite-board and kayak rentals, guided tram tours of Bear Cut Preserve, bird and butterfly walks, cabana rentals, and more.
A Day at the Beach: Key Biscayne
Village of Key Biscayne: Official Key Biscayne, FL government website.
Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park: Official park website with information about activities, fees, hours, and location.
Crandon Park: Official park website with information about attractions, facilities, location, and hours.
Wikipedia: Information about Key Biscayne, Florida.