The park features a variety of nature trails on the west side of the park where you and your pooch can wind through mangrove wetlands or coastal strands. The well-maintained Robins Birding Trail is an excellent 3.5 mile out and back trail. It starts at the south end of the key just northwest of the Cape Florida Lighthouse, and as the name implies, offers excellent birding opportunities. It also features a lookout point at the No Name Harbor, and views of the Stiltsville in Biscayne National Park.
While exploring, keep your furry pal leashed, picked up after, and respectful to all who call this park home. Dogs are allowed to traverse the biking and hiking trails, but are prohibited from the beach, wetlands, playground, lighthouse, keeper's cottage, or restaurants. The parking fees are $8 per vehicle, or $4 per single occupant vehicle or motorcycle. If you live in Key Brisbane, why not walk over? Entrance for pedestrians and bikers is only $2.
Bill Baggs is also known for it's gorgeous sunsets over the bay, so grab a blanket and a snack, and find the pawfect spot to view with your doggo. The park also offers restrooms for the humans in your pack, just be sure to bring waste bags for your pup.
Check out the trails at the Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park for a woofderful way to spend some quality time outdoors with your best pal.