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PK Visitor Guide 2017

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17 VISITPERDIDO.COM well-kept boat launch and lovely playground by the water. Big Lagoon State Park has an entry fee of $6.00 per carload. To get to our next stop, you will drive straight out of Big Lagoon State Park onto Bauer Road. A few minutes later you will reach Tarkiln Bayou State Reserve Park. Parking is located on the west side of Bauer Road. It's a beautiful place to find our famous carnivorous plants. There are a variety of species, but the Pitcher plant is the easiest to spot with its gorgeous white top. On the main side of Tarkiln, you can walk left on the paved walkway or right for a less manicured nature walk, which will lead you through the park and out to a beautiful view of Perdido Bay. The paved walkway will lead you through the park to a boardwalk. As you make your way down, look to the left and right for the white topped pitcher plants. As you near the end of the boardwalk, you will be transported to the most serene place you've ever been. The pure quietness and tranquility of the bayou is unlike anything else. It's the perfect place to unwind, read a book, or enjoy the picturesque reflection of the clouds and trees on the water. : COUNTY-OWNED TENNIS COURTS ON AVON AVENUE A BUNDLE OF PITCHER PLANTS IN TARKILN BAYOU ;

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