Welcome to Harry Harris Park, yet another fantastic example of the Florida Keys oceanfront parks using the awe-inspiring Atlantic Ocean as its backdrop.
So whether your intent is swimming in the lagoon, boating in the open waters, sunbathing in the sand, picnicking under a shelter or just enjoying the ocean view, this place is for you. Don’t worry, it also has a playground for the little ones and wide open-air spaces to run around playing frisbee for the bigger kids if you so wish.
You can experience Harry Harris Park for yourself at Mile Marker 92.6 off on US-1 oceanside. US-1 at this point is divided into north and southbound lanes by a business-filled median. Go east on Burton Drive to its end at East Beach Road where you’ll see the park’s entrance across the street. An entrance fee of $5 is required.