Miami Beach Parks and Beaches
Miami Beach South Pointe Park
1 Washington Ave
South Pointe Park is a popular venue for photo shoots and film crews. It has a spectacular 360 degree ocean view. This park contains a beach, walking paths, a food stand, a pretty grassy area, a miniature waterpark, a dog park and a child’s playground. It is a great spot to relax and watch the cruise ships sail out to sea.
Miami Beach-South Beach
Ocean Dr & 5th ST – Collins Ave & 21st ST
South Beach is a popular tourist attraction located at the southern point of Miami Beach across from the famous Art Deco buildings. Well known as America’s Party Beach, visitors can relax under the palm trees in Lummus Park, stroll along the beach or watch the cruise ships sailing out to sea. Across the street are various sidewalk cafes and restaurants. The energy that South Beach produces is what attracts its dynamic guest. There are several public parking lots located nearby.
Miami Beach – Central and North
Central: Collins Ave – 21st ST to 46th ST
North: Collins Ave – 46th ST to 78th ST
Miami Beach is well known for its long stretch of sandy beach across from Hotels and dining. In the northern stretch of the beach is an old fashioned bandshell where popular Miami Beach music venues are held. In the central part of the beach is a popular area for strolling, jogging and skating. There are concessions where visitors can rent umbrellas or beach chairs. Nearby is the historic Fontainebleau Miami Beach hotel. Across the street are various sidewalk cafes, bars and restaurants. It is a quieter and less crowded beach than South Beach but just as splendid. There is a parking fee.
North Shore Open Space Park
Collins Ave – 78th ST to 87th Ter
North Shore has been voted the best park and beach by local publications due to its crowd free spaces and beautiful sandy walking trails. Although it is not a popular beach, it is a great place to relax with plenty of space and shaded areas to choose from. The park also welcomes dogs on a leash although they are not allowed on the beach.
Oleta River State Park Beach
3400 NE 163rd ST
Oleta River State Park is Florida’s largest urban park located on Biscayne Bay. It is well known for its miles of off-road bicycling trails from beginners to experienced bicyclists. Other recreational activities include saltwater fishing, hiking, canoeing and kayaking along the Oleta River and swimming along the 1,200 foot sandy beach. There are picnic tables and grills available as well as picnic pavilions that can be rented. Visitors can rent kayaks, canoes, and bicycles and for overnight guest, there are air-conditioned cabins for rent and a youth campground for organized groups. Located in the park is a large stand of beautiful mangrove forest which protects South Florida’s native plants and wildlife. There is a parking fee.
9301 Collins Ave
Surfside beach is an escape from hectic city life with its mile-long stretch of sandy beach unbroken by any commercial interruption. Its favorite features by the locals is its walking and biking paths along its elegant and natural setting making every visit wonderful.
Bal Harbour Beach
Collins Ave – 96th St to Haulvocer Inlet
Slightly north of Miami Beach is Bal Harbour Beach. It is a quiet mile long stretch of sandy beach with a jetty at its northern tip where fishing is permitted. This beach shares its space with luxury condos and five-star hotels. There is also a palm-shaded jogging path that curves around the beach. Unlike other beaches, this one does not have amenities and there is no lifeguard.
10800 Collins Ave
This beach contains 1.5 miles of undeveloped sandy beachfront in Miami-Dade County making it the largest. It is located between the Intracoastal Waterway and Atlantic Ocean. Just as Crandon Park, Haulover is unique with its golf and tennis facilities, marina and beaches including a designated area for clothing optional as well as a dog park and a spot for dogs to take a swim. This beach offers food concessions, beach chair and umbrella rentals, picnic areas, picnic shelters for rent, bicycle rentals, fishing spots, kite flying area and kite shop. There is a parking fee.
Sunny Isles Beach
Collins Ave – 157th St to 193rd ST
Sunny Isles Beach is a beautiful two-mile long stretch of sandy white beach. Visitors can enjoy relaxing in the sun or snorkeling, swimming or fishing off of Sunny Isles popular local landmark, the Newport Fishing Pier. Near to the park is Samson Oceanfront Park that has a children’s playground and is also host to various outdoor concerts.
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