I wish we could spend there all day. Park is clean, lots of fresh air, you can feel a nice refreshing sea breeze filling your body. Entrance fee is $3 per car. you can also find there planty of BBQ spots, tables and benches. You...More
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We just drove to find this park at the end of Key Biscayne. You pay a small fee to enter the park, but you can be there for hours on the beach, watching the boats at the marina, walking the rocky shores. Great location and...More
Unlike the beaches you find in South Beach, this beach is really best for families, friends, and those who want to relax in a lawn chair sans chaos and drunken debauchery. Take Rickenbacker highway to the very end and you’ll arrive at the gate where...More
It's the season to see sea turtles. The babies hatch some 60 days after the loggerhead lay eggs. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission can list you for a tour.
This is a nice beach for local families. That's about it. This is my first beach on South Atlantic ocean side of Florida. I traveled more than a hour from Boca Raton and paid money to enter this park. I really didn't want to see...More
From south Miami, it took about 1 hr, but once you turn off onto Key Biscayne island, it is beautiful. At the end is this park and it is great for the beach, food, biking and fishing. It is large. The lighthouse is the attraction...More
Forget South Beach if what you want is a superb swim in the ocean in a secluded Caribbean experience. Clean, turquoise waters, not too wavy, magnificent view of a 200 year old lighthouse. Has a beach-side comfortable cafe for eats and drinks.