There is an $8 entrance fee per each car. Then you enter to a very beautiful natural park right at the tip of the Key Biscayne just where the city and urban buildings end. An amazing park at the back yard of the expensive houses of Key Biscayne. At the very end of the park there is a tall lighthouse that you can climb and go to the top to see stunning views of the Key Biscayne, the park, Miami, the ocean and the Bay (This is must climb for you, but check the hours of operation of the light house when buying entrance tickets). Swimming areas (beaches) starts right at the light house and it is not crowded. A lot of picnic tables in the area makes it the best place to picnic. Then if you can drive one mile, you will get to a harbor called "No Name Harbor" with the marina backs into the green grass park. You will enjoy walk around the it, to the ocean and then you can eat at the Boater's Grill right at the harbor. There are lots of trails which passes through mangrove trees.
It is a very nice get away from town and to enjoy beach, picnic, natural park, light house, marina, walking trails and much more for $8.
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