Northwest Florida Region Parks: State

Bald Point State Park

Bald Point State Park encompasses over 4,000 acres of natural habitats hanging out into the Gulf of Mexico in Florida’s Forgotten Coast. The park is perfect for nature goers and birdwatchers with much of Florida’s intricate habitats to explore. Bald Point State Park features Gulf and bay beaches, tidal marches, freshwater ponds, that make this habitat exciting to explore for the outdoor lover.

The park features a couple access points with picnic areas with pavilions and facilities, canoe, kayak, boat launch, beachfront with swimming, windsurfing, surf-fishing, shelling and oyster bars that you can wade out to. Sunrise Beach access offers a boat launch.

Birding in the area is abundant with bald eagles in the fall and other birds live or migrate here for the winter. Shore birds, wading birds, and birds of prey make their home in and around the marsh areas.

Location: Northwest Florida

Additional Resources: Official Website

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