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      Ponce de Leon named this area “Cape of Florida” when he led the first Spanish expedition to Florida in 1513.

      The Cape Florida lighthouse, the park’s best-known feature, was completed in 1825 but was damaged during the Second Seminole War. The repaired tower, completed in 1846, remains the oldest standing structure in Miami-Dade County. Tours of the 95-foot lighthouse and the keeper’s house museum are available.

      The island served as a secret meeting place and port for runaway slaves and Black Seminoles waiting to rendezvous with sea captains or board dugouts for a passage to safety in the British Bahamas. Although the lighthouse was built to save lives and ships, its unflinching light brought an end to this avenue of escape. In September 2004, Cape Florida was designated a National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Site.

      In 1992, Hurricane Andrew uprooted a forest of non-native Australian-pine trees that
      dominated the landscape and left the park nearly treeless. The storm provided land managers the opportunity to restore the park’s native plant communities. Today, a variety of natural habitats, from mangrove forest to maritime hammock, can be seen at Cape Florida.

      Depending upon the season, more than 50 butterfly species and 170 bird species may be seen at the park. The peregrine falcon, piping plover and American crocodile regularly take refuge here. Loggerhead sea turtles nest along
      the beach each summer. Green sea turtles and Florida manatees often graze in the seagrass beds offshore.
      Parking google parking directions
      $8 per vehicle. Limit 2-8 people per vehicle.
      $4 Single-occupant vehicle or motorcycle.
      $2 Pedestrians, bicyclists, extra passengers, passengers in vehicle with holder of Annual Individual Entrance Pass.
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      Region Details
      • 1

      Region Status
      Open as of Jul 5, 2021
      Local Trail Association


      Trails (view details)
      Trails Mountain Bike
      Trails Hike
      Trails Trail Running
      Total Distance
      4 miles
      Total Descent Distance
      2,890 ft
      Total Descent
      14 ft
      Total Vertical
      13 ft
      Highest Trailhead
      16 ft
      Ridden Counter

      Popular Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park Trails

      Bill Baggs Cape

      Recent Ride Log Activity in Region

      • 0 rides
      • 2 rides
      Past Week
      • 5 rides

      Recent Trail Reports

      Bill Baggs Cape
      Jul 5, 2021 @ 6:00am
      Jul 5, 2021

      Activity Feed

      user #112634garage0racingaddreportBill Baggs Cape
      Jul 5, 2021 @ 5:42pm
      Jul 5, 2021
      user #2416280LDTMIAMIriddentrailBill Baggs Cape
      Sep 17, 2020 @ 2:34pm
      Sep 17, 2020
      user #1721559BichodadwishlisttrailBill Baggs Cape
      May 30, 2020 @ 10:29pm
      May 30, 2020

      Nearby Areas

      Virginia Key North Point Trails 6 5 6 35.5 km
      Amelia Earhart Park 5 9 316.6 km
      Oleta River State Park 9 16 916.9 km
      Snyder Park28.3 km
      Vista View Park29.5 km

      Activity Type Stats

      activitytypetrailsdistancedescentdescent distancetotal verticalratingglobal rankstate rankphotosreportsroutesridelogs
      Mountain Bike11 mile10 ft1,322 ft13 ft
      Hike44 miles13 ft2,890 ft13 ft
      Trail Running44 miles13 ft2,890 ft13 ft
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