If you were to look at the Village of Key Biscayne from the air, you'd think open space would be the least of its problems. The town, which incorporated as a city in 1991, is sandwiched between county-owned Crandon Park, with nearly 1000 acres, and the Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Recreation Area, consisting of 470 acres. That's plenty of parkland within easy hiking distance for the Key's... More >>>