Bait & Tackle
Boat Trailer Parking
On the water
Paddle Board Rental
Big Talbot Island State Park is primarily a natural preserve; a premier location for nature study, bird-watching, and photography. Big Talbot’s shoreline is unlike any other in Florida. Centuries of wind and water have eroded the exposed coast, creating a 20-foot bluff along the shore. The park’s famous boneyard beach is covered with the skeletons of live oak and cedar trees that once grew near the ocean. On the estuarine side of the island a boat ramp provides access for fishing and touring the salt marshes. Visitors can picnic at the Bluffs access overlooking the water, then take a stroll down the Shoreline Trail to the walk the beach or sunbathe.
Additional features: fee required
Boat Ramps 1 Canoe/Kayak Launch 1 Fishing Available Trails Unpaved (Miles) 1