46th–63rd Street (Mid-Beach)

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This tropical paradise, also known as Indian Beach, transports you to a world of sun, sand, and surf. The shallow, crystal clear waters of Indian Beach make it perfect for swimming and playing in the waves. The location of the beach ensures that there are no strong currents or pesky jellyfish, allowing you to relax and enjoy your time in the sun. The sand at Indian Beach is truly something special, it isn't only about the water here. Walking along the shore will massage your feet, and children can have a blast building towering sandcastles and observing the giant cruise ships. During weekends, small planes fly overhead and drag advertisements behind them, adding extra excitement to the beach.

Take advantage of the snack stand near the showers for a refreshing drink and a bite to eat. You can also stroll along the raised wooden pedestrian walkway connecting 46th Street to 21st Street Beach if you're feeling adventurous. After that, you can rent bikes from Deco Bike stations and ride all the way down to South Pointe Park if you want more fun. A huge shade canopy covers the brand new state-of-the-art playground at Indian Beach, which is the real highlight. Kids can play in the rubber turf playground, which is clean and fun. This large structure provides hours of entertainment and challenge for children with its slides and swings.

The park is like a miniature Disney World for kids, and your kids will love it. The crowds thin out at Indian Beach as the sun sets, and the beach becomes a peaceful oasis, ideal for a romantic stroll or quiet reflection. Come and make memories at Indian Beach, where tropical paradise awaits.