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Perdido Key East Day Use Area Temporarily Closed: The East Day Use Area at Perdido Key State Park will be temporarily CLOSED to ensure visitor safety during the construction of a new roof on the bath house building.  Perdido Key West...
Perdido Key State Park - Shells
Perdido Key State Park - Sunset
Perdido Key State Park - Warning Flags
Perdido Key State Park - Boardwalk to Gulf
Perdido Key State Park - Sea Turtle Nest
Perdido Key State Park - Boardwalk
Perdido Key State Park - Shelter
Perdido Key State Park - Old River Dunes
Several different types of colorful sea shells scattered in the sand.
View of sand dunes with clouds in the background lit up by a colorful sunset.
Sign describing beach warning flags and yellow flag on sand dune surrounded by sea oats with the Gulf of Mexico in the background.
View of a wooden boardwalk leading through recently planted sea oats towards the Gulf of Mexico.
Sea turtle tracks leading up the sand to a newly created nest marked off by park staff with posts and orange flagging tape.
View of a wooden boardwalk winding through dune vegetation.
View of one of the Park’s eight covered picnic shelters nestled in sand dunes, surrounded by sea oats and other vegetation.
View of a complex sand dune system with native vegetation.

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Perdido Key State Park

Welcome to Perdido Key State Park

White sand beaches and rolling dunes covered with sea oats make this park a favorite destination for swimmers and sunbathers. Surf fishing is another popular activity. Boardwalks from the parking lot allow visitors to access the beach without causing damage to the fragile dunes and beach vegetation. Covered picnic tables overlooking the beach provide a great place for family outings.  The park is home to several threatened and endangered species, such as the Perdido Key Beach Mouse, nesting shorebirds and nesting sea turtles.

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Firsthand Florida Fun: Perdido Key State Park is featured in the Firsthand Florida Fun blog. Experience the park through the video and photos of Erika Z. See all the blog posts here.

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