North Beach encompasses the northernmost limit of Miami Beach that runs from 63rd Street to 87th Street of Collins Avenue. An area that matches residential neighborhoods with touristic attractions. Its placid and comfortable urban layout harbors hotels, condos and a motley diversity of establishments and restaurants where eating is a delight. The large Collins Avenue intertwines the east coast of Miami Beach, which goes from South Pointe Park, all the way through South Beach, Mid-Beach, North Beach, to Surfside and Bal Harbour, the latter connecting with the neighbor Sunny Isles Beach by a bridge, since between these two huge islands there is a wide maritime zone that links the Atlantic Ocean to Biscayne Bay. Throughout the whole North Beach area you will also find public parking lots, direct accesses to the beach as well as lifeguard services, restrooms, showers, recreational areas and snack & drink vending machines.
The northern limit of Miami
Just at the northern limit of Miami Beach that borders the city of Surfside, we find the North Shore Open Space Park; there you may enjoy a fantastic beach day that will make you appreciate nature more, since this a protected area that is part of a very well-preserved ecosystem. North Beach’s premises offer you picnic areas for barbecues, trails for outdoor activities, playgrounds for the kids, as well as parking and other services (such as restrooms and shower stations) that will make your stay a very pleasant one, indeed, North Beach is a favorite spot for the residents of Miami Beach.