Bald Point State Park

Alligator Point, FL

Where are we going?

Bald Point State Park
146 Box Cut Rd
Alligator Point
FL
32346

850-349-9146

What is there to do?

If you want to experience some of the most picturesque areas along north Florida's Gulf Coast, head to Bald Point State Park!

Located on Alligator Point, the park offers a host of land and water activities to keep even the most energetic of kids exhausted!

Bald Park State Park has some beautiful ecosystems that you can explore. You'll find coastal marshes, as well as pine flatwoods, oak thickets that all foster a diversity of biological communities that make the park popular for birding and wildlife viewing. 

Did you know that every fall, bald eagles as well as other migrating raptors, and even monarch butterflies are commonly sighted as they head south for the winter.

See, kids can learn during their visit too!

For those active kids, Bald Point State Park offer access to two Apalachee Bay beaches. These are perfect for swimming, fishing, and sunbathing. If you want to actually get out ONTO the water, why not take up canoeing, kayaking or windsurfing?

Fancy some land again? Take to the many hiking trails within the park! In fact, there are over 18 miles of multi-use trails at Bald Point State Park. 

Want to play a game? Great! The park has geocaching which is an outdoor game that uses hand-held GPS devices, where kids can learn geography at the same time, AND explore places they have never been!

Adventure, wildlife, the great outdoors and that beautiful Florida sun, all in the one spot! Bald Point State Park here we come!

How much does it cost?

Adults: $4 up to 8 people per vehicle. $2 for additional persons, bike and pedestrians

LAST UPDATED 2018

Need a little extra help?

There are a number of accessible amenities, including boardwalk and observation deck, showers, picnic pavilions and beach wheelchair!

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When can we go?

8am to sunset. Range Road Entrance 8am to one hour before sunset

Open 365 days a year

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Any top tips?

Lifeguards aren't on duty, so take care when you go swimming or enjoy the water

I’m Hungry!

All three beach access points have accessible picnic pavilions with picnic tables and standing grills that are close to the beach, so why not take your own lunch and enjoy it under the Florida sun!

Healthy Eating

Take water, you'll need to stay hydrated!

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