Located at the southernmost point of Miami Beach, South Pointe Park is a 17-acre oceanfront forest that makes it the most beautiful and sought-after natural attraction in South Beach.
Its fresh, leafy and relaxing trees make the visitor connect directly with nature through walking, jogging or biking along its limestone footpaths by the sea.
What to do in South Pointe Park Miami
This park is ideal to enjoy with family or friends. It has a mini water park for the enjoyment of the little ones. In its gardens, under the shade of the trees you can have a picnic, read and even take a nap. And if rich eating is about, in its facilities is the famous restaurant Smith & Wollensky
Its paths have been designed to enjoy outdoor activities and in these tours you admire sculptures that bring the visitor closer to the art, even the pets have their place in this outdoor experience.
And of course, the paradise beach of South Beach is open to anyone who wants to sink their feet in the sand or take a good dip.
This park, which was inaugurated on October 25, 1985 on the former grounds of the police stables, has a pier that marks the beginning of the Atlantic coast route that runs along the east coast of Miami and all of South Florida.
The structure built in 1920, was located two blocks north of its current location. The new wharf has observation areas, fishing space and from there you can enjoy beautiful views of the coastline of Miami Beach, Fisher Island, the Port of Miami and the stunning Atlantic Ocean.
Whether it's for a beach day or to relax from the hustle and bustle of the city, South Pointe Park Miami is the perfect place
Address: 1 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
Schedule: Monday to Sunday: 6:00 am - 10:00 pm
ADMISSION COSTS: Free
Access for disabled
Baths and Showers
Hike and jogging
South Pointe Park is located in Zone 4 on the map of Miami Smith in South Beach