Located at Mile Marker 106 of the Overseas Highway, this lush park features miles of shady trails on which to explore. It’s popular for walkers, cyclists, and sightseers. The main entrance is paved, while the extended trail loop of one to two miles is gravel or coral rock substrate, while trails that go further out are accessed by securing a backcountry hiking permit from the state park’s ranger station. It’s open from sunrise to sunset, 365 days a year. There is a $2.50 per person access fee, which is paid by way of an honor box, so correct change is needed. Leashed dogs are welcome on the miles of nature trails within the park.