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Kids enjoy Miami Beach’s South Beach
A visit to South Beach won’t not be complete without a trip to Miami Beach’s South Beach.
Families can enjoy food and drink stands; rent beach chairs and umbrellas; find restrooms and shower facilities; stroll along a walking trail; play volleyball; and enjoy watersports; all while protected by lifeguards and beach patrol. Topless bathing is allowed here, and a mostly-gay crowd sunbathes around 12th Street. The clear, calm waters of the Atlantic are warm all year round, with soft gold sand and palm trees swaying in the subtropical breezes. Many hotels and buildings line the coast.
Rates for childcare care are $16.00 per hour for one child, $1 each additional with a minimum of 4 hours plus $10 sitter travel (plus parking if applicable).
Public parks on South Beach
Flamingo Park, 11th St. and Jefferson Ave. Lush outdoor park that offers facilities such as tennis, racquetball and basketball courts.
Lummus Park, Ocean Dr. from 5th to 15th St. South Beach’s most famous beachfront park is located along the party hotspot that is Ocean Drive. Huge grassy areas and giant palm trees make for a great backdrop for photo shoots, which happen frequently, alongside volleyball courts and pull up bars. A wavy pedestrian walk called the Promenade weaves through the north end of the park and up along the beach to 21st St, where it turns into boardwalk. The bathrooms, located at around 11th Street, are in a stunning Art Deco boat-shaped building but have rusty fixtures and are dirty.
South Pointe Park, 1 Washington Ave. Good place to sit and watch the cruise ships as they pass by.
Or stay at one of the luxurious hotels on Miami Beach’s South Beach!