Hugh Taylor Birch State Park

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Hugh Taylor Birch State Park is a Florida State Park located in Fort Lauderdale, on East Sunrise Boulevard, between the Intracoastal Waterway and SR A1A.

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Apr 12, 2024
Our group of four families, each with an 11-year old boy, rented kayaks to traverse the beautiful and unusual Hugh Taylor Birch State Park. We enjoyed the calm waters knowing that we’d see iguanas bu… Full review by BernalgirlSF
Apr 1, 2024
We spent an hour or so at the state park walking round. It was ok but nothing special, I’ve been to much better ones. It’d be nice to stop longer if you’re planning on taking a picnic or bbq. Full review by JXR_UK
Mar 18, 2024
This park is fine. It’s a great place to park and walk across the street and be at the beach. The restaurant there though is another thing! 2 of us grabbed lunch there and we were charged a service f… Full review by susanlP1150YV

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Do they have bike rentals?
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Yes they do. Ask at the gate or if you enter off of A1A ask in the restaurant.
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Answer by Nancy T · Jun 14, 2023
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I plan to be in FL at the end of April before my cruise. I am looking for a place to spend an hour or two in between …
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I plan to be in FL at the end of April before my cruise. I am looking for a place to spend an hour or two in between hotel change ,just to relax without getting sun burnt on the beach. My questions are would Hugh Taylor Birch park be suitable for that and is there an entry fee for just strolling around or sitting in the shade? Is there parking available or close ?
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There is a small cost to the park, Military are free and there are a few small car parks to stop at, plenty of parking with views of the waterways so you can watch the boats go by there are …
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There is a small cost to the park, Military are free and there are a few small car parks to stop at, plenty of parking with views of the waterways so you can watch the boats go by there are also wooded walking areas on little paths to have a wonder around.. you cannot get lost as your surrounded by water and a circular road.. lovely place for a couple of hours.....
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Answer by MATTHEW L · Nov 19, 2018
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Are there any raccoons in the park? I was there the other day and as I was walking back to my car I saw an animal that …
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Are there any raccoons in the park? I was there the other day and as I was walking back to my car I saw an animal that looked like a large cat run quickly across the road
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I've seen a lot of raccoons in the park. Frankly the most common mammals to see there. It could either be a raccoon or a feral cat that you saw, both of which I've seen over there.
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How do I find out if there are any scheduled activities or special events occurring in a state park near me?
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You also can call your local state park and ask if there are any upcoming events or ranger-led activities.
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