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Miami Florida Beaches


Bal Harbour
Collins Ave. from 96th Street to Haulover Inlet
Bal Harbour ~ 305-866-4633

Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Recreation Area
1200 S. Crandon Blvd. (From Miami, take I-95 to the Rickenbacker Causeway, all the way to the end - south of downtown Miami)
Key Biscayne
Open 8 am till sundown 365 days a year.
Sunbathe, swim, and picnic on over a mile of sandy Atlantic beachfront. Biking and kayaking are also popular activities. Anglers can throw in their lines from the seawall along Biscayne Bay for some of the best shoreline fishing in the region. Overnight boat camping is allowed in No Name Harbor.
Restrooms and showers, concessions for dining, rentals for bicycles, beach chairs and umbrellas, boardwalk, seawall, fishing, hiking and nature trails. 18 picnic pavilions with picnic tables, and childrens playground area with swings, slides and monkey bars. Historic lighthouse offers guided tours.

Crandon Park Beach
4000 Crandon Blvd.
Key Biscayne
Family amusement center offers roller rink, splash fountain, beachfront playground. Beach is in a lagoon area where waters are calm and good for swimming and snorkeling. Lifeguards patrol the 2 mile beach from 13 elevated towers. Multiple picnic areas with tables and grills. Nature center and nature trails, bicycle and walking paths, mangrove boardwalk. Guided tram tour of preserve. Cabana rentals available - call 305-361-5421. Full-service marina with bait & tackle shop, fuel, pump out, boat launching ramps. Beach Weelchairs and Surf Chairs are available by calling 786-336-6980,
General Information: 305-361-7373

Haulover Beach and Park
10800 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach
Open sunrise to senset daily. Restrooms, showers, picnic area with grills. One and one-half mile beach is patrolled by lifeguards, beach is good for surfing and swimming. Park across from the beach offers equipment rentals, food, 9-hole golf course, shops and a marina. Clothing-optional section at northern end. Beach Weelchairs and Surf Chairs are available by calling 786-336-6990

Hobie Beach / Windsurfer Beach
South end (north side of Rickenbacker Causeway)

Homestead Bayfront Park
9698 SW 328th St.

Matheson Hammock Park Beach
9610 Old Cutler Road
Man-made atoll pool, snack bar, restaurant, picnic pavilions with charcoal grills and picnic tables, nature trails and bike trails, full-service marina with boat launching ramps, bait & tackle shop, fuel and transient wetslips.

Miami Beach Central
Collins Ave. from 21st Street to 46th Street
Miami Beach
Raised boardwalk, lifeguard towers, food and drink concessions, beach chair and umbrella rentals.

Miami Beach North
Collins Ave. from 46th St. to 78th St.
Miami Beach
Facilities: Lifeguard towers, food concessions, shower facilities, beach chair and umbrella rentals. Also close to fast food restaurants and cafes.

Miami Beach / South Beach
(including Lummus Park 5th to 15th St.)
gay and lesbian beach on 12th St. Ocean Dr. & 5th St. to Collins Ave. & 21st St.
Miami Beach
Restrooms at 10th street Visitors Center, many cafes and restaurants along Ocean Drive.

Miami Beach / South Pointe Park
Ocean Dr. at 5th St.
Miami Beach ~ 305-673-7714

North Shore Open Space
Collins Ave. from 78th to 87th Terrace
Miami Beach ~ 305-993-2032

Oleta State Recreation Area
3400 NE 163rd St.
North Miami Beach
Open 8 am till sundown 365 days a year.
Facilities: Over 10 miles of mountain bike trails great for bicycling or roller blading. Canoeing, fishing pier, nature trails, picnic pavilions and picnic tables, concession area for snack items and rental of canoes, kayaks and bicycles. 14 Cabins available for rent (1-800-326-3521). Showers, Restrooms and Playground.

Sunny Isles Beach
Collins Ave. from 157th St. to 193rd St.
Sunny Isles Beach
Facilities: Pier, pavilion, boardwalk, restrooms, showers, beach volleyball, food, rentals and fishing.

Collins Ave. from 88th St. to 96th St.
Surfside ~ 305-861-4863

Virginia Key Beach
4200 Virginia Beach Drive ~ Miami
South of Rickenbacker Causway. (east of Biscayne Bay)
In 2002 Virginia Key Beach Park was placed on the National Register of Historic Places and received a Florida Historical Marker. A fund was established in 2003 to provide ongoing restoration and preservation of the park.
Facilities: Beach pavilion, picnic shelters, restrooms, playground, carousel, snack bar, nature trail, mini train, camping area



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