Crandon Park Beach
Crandon Park
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Antonio Perez CossAntonio Perez Coss
16:08 03 Dec 22
This is a great park-beach ;0)If you are in Miami and would like to go to a beach not so crowded (like Miami Beach) this is a good option.The park have plenty of space to practice different outdoor activities such as: jogging, hiking, riding bikes, roller blades, play volleyball, beach soccer, etc.It has also a couple of parks for the kids and a beautiful lighthouse and house that can has a lot of history.The beach is quiet (not waves), huge, there is plenty of space for everyone and the park is never over crowded. It’s perfect to enjoy a sunny day!The one down side is that in some seasons you can find some seaweed in the sand, but that is perfectly normal (nothing to be concerned)100% recommended ?
Nicole JamesNicole James
00:49 16 Mar 22
We were here on an overcast weekday, but it was not crowded at all. There was plenty of space on the beach. Nice sand. Little to no seaweed. Lots of palm trees. In the park area, there are some picnic tables and small grills. PLENTY of parking space. Would recommend.
Travelwith SophTravelwith Soph
21:40 22 Feb 22
This was one of the best park/beach I’ve been to. It was so peaceful, clean, not a lot of people. It have the grills for barbecue you can have a get together picnic day there. There’s beach chair, lifeguards, and a huge parking lot available. At first I thought it wasn’t safe but there’s police cars around the area. It’s worth going to visit, you’ll get the feeling of being on a vacation staying under the palm trees ? lol just see it as a cheap vacation getaway. One downside we had to pay for parking it doesn’t matter how long you stay you pay the same amount it’s good if you stay all day but it’s not fair if you only visit for one hour.

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The idyllic tropical paradise of Crandon Park beach is the perfect destination for beach and adventure lovers alike. A gorgeous beach, rich coastal environment, and a host of exciting activities await you at this barrier island park situated on Key Biscayne.

There is something special about Crandon Park beach, complete with pristine sand, calm waters, and a popular sandbar. Enjoy swimming, sunbathing, and the stunning views of the surrounding area from the beach. You can participate in canoeing, kayaking, kiteboarding, paddleboarding, sailing, snorkeling, wakeboarding, windsurfing, and other water activities at the park.

A first-come, first-served basis is used for beach cabanas, kiteboards, and kayaks at the North Concession. Besides the beach, Crandon Park is home to a range of ecosystems, including dunes, mangroves, coastal hammocks, and seagrass beds. The Bear Cut Preserve has many birding sites, guided tours, and offers a glimpse of the area's original natural landscape.

Aside from guided eco-adventures, Crandon Park Beach has a number of land-based excursions, including "Bike and Hike," "Expedition South Florida," and "Sea Turtle Awareness Program." There are also skateboarding areas, bicycle paths, and the Crandon Park Tennis Center, which has 27 courts, including 13 that are lighted. Boaters can launch their boats from the marina's boat ramps, wet slips, and docks, which are all able to accommodate boats up to 80 feet in length.

At Crandon Park Amusement Center, children will enjoy the historic carousel and old-fashioned outdoor roller rink, as well as a playground with sculptures of different marine animals. In addition to picnic shelters and pavilions, concessions in the park sell snacks and drinks on a first-come, first-served basis.