The Bald Point State Park is a recreational area and state park in Alligator Point, Florida. It presents the beautiful outdoors of the northern Florida Gulf Coast.
Some of the most picturesque scenic areas along north Florida’s Gulf Coast are found within the park which supports 4,065 upland acres.
The Bald Point State Park is best known for its beautiful white sand beaches, abundant wildlife, and plentiful of ecosystems. It allows visitors to enjoy the great outdoors through swimming, picnicking, canoeing, kayaking, boating, biking, fishing, windsurfing, and hiking for starters. Certain points at the park will also allow excellent wildlife viewing and seasonal bird watching opportunities for migratory birds like the bald eagle, falcons, and osprey. Other wildlife also includes monarch butterflies and raptors.
The Bald Point State Park is open every day at 8 am until sunset. There are also available restroom facilities and picnic shelters at the Sunrise Beach Access.