Welcome to Barefoot Beach Preserve
Barefoot Beach Preserve consists of 342 acres on a barrier island, separated from the mainland by mangrove swamps and tidal creeks. It is bordered on the west by 8,200 feet of Gulf of Mexico beach and sand dunes, and on the east by mangroves and tidal back bays. It is terminated at Wiggins Pass to the South. One of the last stretches of undeveloped beachfront land in South Florida, it remains as natural and unspoiled as it was hundreds of years ago. Rich vegetation and wildlife abound.
In this website you will find information about what's going on at this beautiful beach preserve, learn about the Friends of Barefoot Beach and what they are doing, and so much more! We hope you'll take a little time to explore our site, and come back to visit often!