Perdido Key is Florida's western-most barrier island. Its beautiful sugar-white sand beaches have shores on the Gulf of Mexico, the IntraCoastal Waterway and the local Ole River. On Perdido Key's east end looking north is Big Lagoon State Park with just a few yards of water separating the two. Residents of Perdido Key enjoy easy access across the Theo Barr's Bridge and down Gulf Beach Highway to the natural woodlands, beaches and bayous of Big Lagoon. Boat access is also available at Big Lagoon's public boat ramp and docks. Visitors enjoy leisurely activities such as fishing, camping, hiking, biking, kayaking, canoeing, paddleboarding, bird-watching, picnicking or otherwise stress-relieving relaxation in one of Florida's best state parks.
If you are a resident of Perdido Key or coming to visit, plan a visit to Big Lagoon State Park while you are here. We would love to meet you.