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All reviews light house worth the climb lantern room open to the public state park certain days of the week beautiful view keeper's house great history cape florida nice walk bill baggs per vehicle the atlantic ocean parking lot the ritz south beach
Stephen did a great job explaining the history of the lighthouse and the area surrounding it. We got to go all the way up to the bulb itself. Additionally got to see the replica of the keeper's quarters and a marker for the Bermuda Triangle....More
A great place to park up for the day as only a small fee to enter the park. We had a picnic while watching cheeky raccoons and iguanas roam around before visiting the lighthouse and relaxing on the beach. Everywhere is well maintained and didn’t...More
This lighthouse is very well maintained and so picturesque. We arrived just as the gated grounds were closing (4pm), but the ranger was allowing people to take pictures. The grounds are well kept, and you can walk to the top of the lighthouse for free....More
If you love lighthouses, the one is beautiful. It's on the beach. The sandy area closest to the lighthouse seems to have the least amount of seaweed washed ashore. If you come here, plan to stay a couple of hours at the beach. The area...More
Staying at The Ritz Key Biscayne and thought we'd take a walk. 2 and one half miles later we found Cape Florida Lighthouse. A real gem at the end of Biggs state park. A lot of history and well worth the walk and time. Check...More
This is the best place to see the beauties of Bill Baggs Park. At the top of the lighthouse is possible to have a 360º view of the park, including the beautiful beach and the skyscrapers of downtown Miami.
Visited the island today for the first time in over 50 years. It was amazing to walk along the sea wall watching the divers and the boats. There were many divers around the rocks. We walked around to the lighthouse. It was locked but the...More