Handpicked by a Miami Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Best Beaches for Families in Miami'.

South Pointe Park

Located at the southern tip of Miami Beach, South Pointe is a 17-acre park with walking trails, grassy knolls, and sweeping ocean views. The zone has a playground with elements of water and a dog park. There are lots of seats across the park, and there's a variety of art and light sculptures all over the place.  The park is located at the southernmost point of Miami Beach. The entrance to ...

Lummus Park Beach, South Beach

Volleyball players, lifeguards, people strolling, skateboarders, topless tourists.... It's the busiest area of South Beach and the one we've seen countless times on TV. Lummus Park, a beachfront park, is one of the most popular destinations in Miami and a must-see for any tourist. There are public restrooms and paved walking and biking trails, but the main amenity is the beach itself, with clea...

North Miami Beach (46th Street to 63rd Street)

A very pleasant beach, less crowded and with a very family-oriented crowd. The downside? The beach is not very wide and the buildings of the big hotels of Miami Beach's Golden Age seem to be on top of you. Parking is easier to find here than in South Beach, but perhaps the beach is not as beautiful as in the southern part....

Bill Baggs Park, Key Biscayne

Bill Baggs Beach is located at the southern end of Key Biscayne, where the famous Cape Florida Lighthouse is located. Bill Baggs Park is a great place for swimming, sunbathing, beachcombing and surfing. If water activities are not your thing, you have the option of taking a guided tour of Bill Baggs Lighthouse or fishing off the breakwater. It's a beach where travellers can swim in the blue wat...

Key West

Key West, the southernmost point in the United States, is famous for watersports, lively nightlife, beaches, historic sites, and its pastel, conch-style architecture. Via connections or direct flights from a host of Florida cities, visitors can fly to Key West International Airport (EYW). A variety of ground transportation options are provided by the airport, including local shuttle buses and r...

Crandon Park

This beach in Miami is one of the best to go with the whole family and enjoy a day at the sea with the children. The beach is characterised by being quite flat, that is, you have to walk a long way to get to the deepest part of the beach. Moreover, on the seashore, the traveller can lie down under the characteristic Miami palm trees, while relaxing quietly listening to the sea breeze. Cran...

Sunny Isles Beach

Beyond Haulover Beach Park is Sunny Isles Beach, two kilometres of public beach - with souvenir shops and hotels. American retirees once occupied this spot, but in an effort to change its reputation forever, the place has recently undergone a boom in luxury beachside condominiums. Today, Sunny Isles Beach is more like the mid-Miami Beach area than the low-rent retirement community it was fro...

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