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Fun things to do in Key Biscayne

Are you looking for a leisurely vacation spot that provides lots of enjoyment? Key Biscayne is the place to go. The city has a variety of unique restaurants, lovely parks, and beaches to enjoy. It’s also conveniently close enough to Miami so that you may get your fill of culture and nightlife! Continue reading to learn our top recommendations

Here are some great places to visit in Key Biscayne FL

  • Take a Cooking Class

    Take a cooking class on vacation so you can bring the Key’s flavors home with you! Each class is affordable and includes a market tour and recipe booklet to take home.

  • Visit Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park

    The Park is on the beachside and offers stunning views of the North Atlantic Ocean. The most famous attraction here is the Cape Florida Lighthouse, which was built in 1825 and was manned by African-American lighthouse keepers. You can spend some time on a top-notch beach. At specific times of the year, migrating birds can also be seen in this park.

  • Visit the Miami Seaquarium

    This attraction features marine mammal shows, fish, sharks, sea turtles, birds, reptiles, and manatees! The seaquarium has daily presentations, overnight camps, and boy scout activities.

  • Visit Crandon Park

    Crandon Park is a popular destination is known for its protected beach, tennis courts, and amusement centers. In addition, The Park is home to picnic zones, a golf course, and walking trails. Not to mention some good restaurants. Crandon Park is definitely worth a trip.

  • Take a Sunset Cruise

    Head out on the Atlantic Ocean for an unforgettable sunset cruise. Several companies offer these cruises, plus party boat fishing charters too. Grab some friends and have some fun on your multi-hour cruise out into the ocean!

  • Visit CocoWalk

    Located in Coconut Grove, this popular outdoor mall is home to many restaurants, stores, and shops. Browse the wide range of luxury brands and local artisan boutiques before taking a seat at one of the outdoor cafes.

  • Go Glamping in Virginia Key

    Do you want to spend your day in a different and exciting way? This environmentally protected island has everything you need for a good time. BBQ Grills, a large walk, and a picnic area are all available. You can also rent umbrellas, tents, and stand-up paddles. The prices are quite reasonable as well, making it a great way to have a good time on a budget.

  • Nixon Beach Sandbar

    Nixon Beach sandbar is one of many treasures South Florida has to offer. The beach can be a bit crowded at the weekends but very private during weekdays. This is the perfect spot whether you want to do fishing and kayaking or you just want to relax with friends and family.

  • Visit the Bear Cut Nature Trail

    This short hiking trail is located within Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park and provides stunning views of Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. It’s a challenge to hike because there are no paths, but it offers one of the best ways to soak up all the natural beauty of the area.

  • Virginia Key North Point Trails

    These trails are good spots to burn some calories on bikes. There is a small private beach great for swimming or relaxing. The bike trails are amazing, they are marked depending on expertise level. Adult trails offer ramps, gaps, and steep little slopes for those who are more daring. This secluded park is located on Virginia Key, just north of Crandon Park.

If you’re looking for some fresh air and new experiences, I recommend visiting Key Biscayne FL. So go ahead and plan out your next family vacation with us today!

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