Perdido Key State Park


Boardwalks make access to the beaches easier at Perdido Key State Park
Boardwalks make access to the beaches easier at Perdido Key State Park
Spiderwort stabilizes the dune systems

Perdido Key is a 247-acre barrier island protecting the mainland of the Florida panhandle in far northwest Florida. Perdido Key State Park is a state-owned preserve of white sandy beaches and rolling dunes on Perdido Key. There are several boardwalks connecting the parking areas to the beaches and protecting the fragile ecosystem in between. Perdido Key State Park is a perennial favorite among surf fishermen, sunbathers, swimmers and picnickers with the large sandy expanses and eight nearby covered picnic pavilions. Winter can bring out the local surfers as wave action is often better then.

Perdido Key State Park is open from 8 am to sunset, every day of the year. Perdido Key State Park is located off State Road 292 about 15 miles southwest of Pensacola. Just across the bridge on the mainland side is Big Lagoon State Park.

Sea oats line the dunes
Sea oats line the dunes at Perdido Key State Park
Picnic pavilions at Perdido Key State Park
Picnic pavilions at Perdido Key State Park
Map of Perdido Key State Park
Perdido Key State Park map
Photos and map courtesy of Florida State Parks