we’ve been enjoying our stay at the park again this year, talking walks and going to the beach, volunteering at the gate and just relaxing.
We are nestled in a big area close to the park office, from our site we take an old dirt road, only used by the rangers, to get to No Name Harbor where the marina is and Boater’s Grill on Biscayne Bay.
We walk by The Cleat Bar that is in the Channel inside the park.
Passing the fishing docks, our neighbor Beatrice and her dog Scarlet, boats and the seawall to the Lighthouse.
Continuing our walk past kite surfers and Stiltsville in the distance, fishermen at the sea wall and the lighthouse.
Walking back to the RV one route is to go thru the parking lot where we pass, tables, the lighthouse entrance, bike rentals, The Lighthouse cafe’ and pavilions. A great walk to take anytime.
Our good friends Jim & Ginny who are volunteering at Jonathan Dickinson State Park came out for a visit.
No outing to Bill Baggs is complete without a visit to the Lighthouse and it’s 109 steps to the top and a visit to The Keeper’s cabin.
And a stop at the Beach
We all had a great visit!
We also offer our time at the front gate on Wednesday, Thursday and Fridays.
We open up the park get things ready for the day ahead and change the beach flags accordingly. Not a bad place to spend the winter.
2 thoughts on “Greetings from Bill Baggs State Park in Key Biscayne!”
Bet you feel like you’re ‘back home’. Good to see all those water photos after your stint inland. Enjoy!!
What beautiful pictures. I love the staircase in the lighthouse one. Looks like you’ve made good memories to take with you.