Hugh Taylor Birch State Park

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

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Jun 13 ~ Jun 19
Touted as Fort Lauderdale’s “Central Park”, Hugh Tayor Birch State Park offers direct access to the beautiful Atlantic Ocean. This oasis offers a refreshing retreat from the city's bustling lifestyle. As a haven for nature lovers and anyone looking for a serene escape, this park has something for everyone.

Hugh Taylor Birch State Park Visitors Guide

The evolution of the park came when Chicago lawyer High Taylor Birch paid a visit to this destination in search of a sequestered area to build a home. He decided to purchase an oceanfront property with 3.5 miles of beachfront. The park has something for everyone when it comes to outdoor activities. Hikers and bikers can traverse the park's scenic trails, while water enthusiasts can rent canoes or kayaks to explore the mile-long freshwater lagoon.

Hugh Taylor Birch State Park features a pedestrian tunnel under A1A for easy access to the designated swimming area on the beach if you’re looking to soak up the sun and enjoy the ocean waves. The park is home to a variety of wildlife, including turtles, butterflies, eastern indigo snakes, and over 200 species of hawks, wading birds, and ducks. If you’re a history aficionado, visit the Terramar Visitor Center to learn about Hugh Taylor Birch and the park's ecology and wildlife through exhibits.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. How long is the loop at High Taylor Birch State Park?

The loop is 1.9 miles.

2. Are dogs allowed in the park?

Leashed dogs are allowed in the park.

3. How can you rent paddleboards at the park?

Paddleboards can be rented at the park’s concession.

4. Is parking free at the park?

Parking is included with your admission to the park.


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