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This beach was less crowded than the other beaches we visited, but it (just like the rest) was full of stench and seaweed. We didn’t know the beach closed at 7 p.m., paid to park, and was told to leave less than an hour later....More
The beach is DIRTY, NASTY the sewers is not only outside but inside the beach. The beach had not been cleaned. Don't waste your money the beach does not provide a working family a decent and clean place to hang out. Shame, shame, shame.
We paid $10 to get in. We parked and walked up to beach and their were red flags. It was so choppy and rough!. We left and was able to get my money back but he was rude about it. I said I just came...More
Virgina Key Beach Park is considered historic because in 1945 it was designated a "colored" only beach. This was done to appease the African American GI's who had just come back from saving the world from the Germans only to find that they could not...More
This is where locals go because it is beautiful, clean and pristine, with the feeling of being on a deserted island and yet with sweeping views of Biscayne Bay. South Beach is for tacky tourists. Key Biscayne Virginia Beach is for locals "in the know."
The park and picnic areas are clean and well maintained. Reserve picnic areas ahead of time for parties. We've celebrated young children and teen's birthdays. Always nice and not crowded.
The beach is pretty though not a lot of sand. It is good for walking...More