Welcome to the Miami Beach Boardwalk:
Coronavirus/COVID-19 Update (March 1, 2021): Park hours of operation are from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
If you are visiting one of our open parks/greenspaces and/or beachwalks/baywalks, you must wear a face covering per Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 20-20. The exclusions to the use of masks apply only to those with respiratory conditions that make it difficult to cover their mouth and nose, people doing strenuous activities, such as jogging, and children under the age of 2.
While enjoying the outdoor spaces of the City of Miami Beach, please adhere to the following rules for preventing the spread of COVID-19:
- Face coverings must always be worn, except children under the age of 2, persons who have trouble breathing due to a chronic pre-existing condition, or persons engaged in strenuous physical activity
- Organized activities, including sports, fitness classes or any commercial use activity is prohibited
- Social distancing must be observed and there cannot be gatherings of 10 or more people
- Some pedestrian trails are one-way, as marked
- Strict enforcement of social distancing measures will be implemented with penalties and fines
- Park use is encouraged to be less than 2 hours
- No picnics or parties
CLICK HERE for the official City of Miami Beach 'Parks and Greenspace' Covid-19 Update Page.
WHEN WILL THE CONSTRUCTION ON THE BOARDWALK/BEACHWALK BE COMPLETED?
Our most frequently asked question! CLICK HERE for the latest information.
The Miami Beach Boardwalk is a must-see when visiting the Miami, Florida area. It is a beautiful and scenic pathway that stretches from the southern point of South Beach northward for approximately 40 blocks. You have beautiful views of the Atlantic ocean on one side and views of lavish South Beach hotels and condos on the other.
The boardwalk is sometimes referred to as the South Beach Boardwalk or Beachwalk since much of it spans through the hottest destinations on South Beach. There are plenty of places to stop and rest or to get a drink and a bite to eat. Feel free to walk or jog along the path and enjoy the beauty of South Beach. NOTE: No bikes are allowed north of 21st street. Most of the path south of 21st street is bike friendly.
You can easily access the famous "Lincoln Road" pedestrian mall. Lincoln Road (which runs East and West) terminates at the boardwalk. Just west of Washington Avenue (one block west of Ocean Drive and the boardwalk), Lincoln road turns into a pedestrian mall with dozens of shops and restaurants that runs for 10 blocks or so.
The Miami Boardwalk is one of the most popular and scenic destinations for all Miami and Miami Beach visitors. However, it is also enjoyed equally by the locals. The Miami Beach Boardwalk is truly a South Florida gem! You can find a convenient map, parking suggestions and the boardwalk address HERE.
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