- This linear park is squeezed between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway. At the north end of the park, Port Everglades Inlet connects the two. There is a lighted jetty at the far north end of the park where anglers fish day and night for Spanish mackerel in spring and fall and pompano in fall and early winter. Snapper and grouper may be fished at bottom year-round. Tarpon may be found near the port entrance in early October.
The park also offers a boat launch along the Intracoastal Waterway. Other park amenities include a short nature trail, swimming, shaded picnicking, scuba diving, snorkeling and attending ranger-led turtle walks.
Directions: Take A1A east to Ocean Drive. The park is located just north of the intersection.