Keep in mind that helmets are mandatory for bike riders. All guests are welcome to enjoy the food vendors located at the park. You’ll have to pay an entrance fee if you drive to the park, but it’s entirely free to walk or bike to the park.
Besides biking, there are plenty of signs explaining the park’s history, along with an old-fashioned carousel, remnants of an old railroad, and a giant sandcastle.
If you walk on the beach, you might even find several remnants of sea glass if you’re a collector. Speaking of history, you can book tours around the park, where you can take pictures with the historic cabins.
These are still well-maintained and painted. One fun fact about the park: it used to be a section of Florida beach that only Black people could enjoy during the 1950s and 1960s.