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Hagens Cove Clothing Optional Beach - CLOSED

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Alicia @MyFWC wrote a review May 2019
1 contribution5 helpful votes
Bordering the Gulf of Mexico, Hagen’s Cove, part of the Tide Swamp Unit of the Big Bend WMA (Managed and patrolled by Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission), offers an observation tower, hiking trails and picnic pavilions. The area’s shallow seagrass flats attract spotted sea trout, redfish and scallops during some summer seasons. Hagen’s Cove is a prime destination for birding and migrating butterflies in the fall. The observation tower offers birders views of the undeveloped coastline with a variety of shorebirds, including whimbrels, sandpipers, plovers and uncommon reddish egrets. Fun fact: Hagen’s Cove was often visited by President Jimmy Carter and his wife. NOTE: I work for @MyFWC, who manages and patrols this property along with many other WMAs across the state. #WMAzing!
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Kurt R wrote a review Feb 2019
DeKalb, Illinois833 contributions126 helpful votes
We drove here to see the Beach and eat a picnic lunch. The road going in is gravel. It is about a mile long. There is a pit toilet there. The dog liked the Beach. It is a quiet place to stop.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Dawn54982 wrote a review Jan 2019
Wautoma, Wisconsin20 contributions2 helpful votes
Did not go swimming or fishing, enjoyed the view from the tower and water's edge. The bathroom was disgusting with no toilet paper, the only bad thing I would say about this park. Apparently missing toilet paper is a common thread bring your own and hand sanitizer! We were there on a Tuesday and NO ONE else was there, had the park to ourselves which was nice. Fun watching 1000's of tiny crabs scurry in the sand and see the birds on the shore.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Debra H wrote a review Sep 2018
2 contributions3 helpful votes
Mucky Seagrass everywhere, couldn’t even get to the water. Yellow Flies we’re attacking us so bad had to run back to car 🚘 and leave.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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lorindaw457 wrote a review Jul 2018
Perry, Florida14 contributions
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This is my “Happy Place”. A stroll along the beach at low tide. Checking out the wildlife (birds, horseshoe and fiddler crabs, and fish are just a few of the treasures). There are trees and shelters with tables and benches for when the sun is too much, or just pull up a rock. An observation deck and public restrooms. There is a natural boat ramp and ample trash cans. It’s very clean and quiet. OMG the sunsets! Bring your cameras.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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