Which Miami Parks are Best for Riding Your Bike?

August 6, 2016

Miami Parks for BikingThe beautiful sunshine found throughout Miami year-round makes it a bike rider’s paradise. You can enjoy riding your bike just about every day of the year. Whether you ride as a relaxing hobby or you do it for exercise, you’ll enjoy riding through some of the finest parks in Miami.

It’s not always easy to ride your bike in some areas of Miami, such as downtown. However, when you head to one of the following South Florida parks, you won’t be disappointed.

CB Smith Park – 900 North Flamingo Road, Pembroke Pines

Not only is CB Smith Park a great place for bike riding, but it’s also one of the oldest parks in South Florida. It was established in 1959 and covers about 299 acres. The Burrowing Owl calls the park home, along with plenty of other wildlife you might spot while riding.

You can bring your own bike or rent one at the park. The bike trail offers plenty of space to enjoy biking. CB Smith Park also offers a large RV campground, tennis complex, water park, open-air amphitheater, family golfing center and so much more.

Whether you come to CB Smith Park just for biking or you ride your bike here to enjoy an event, you’re sure to have a great time. Even if you camp for the weekend in the RV park, you can bring your bikes and enjoy the bike trail and surrounding area.

Quiet Waters Park – 401 South Powerline Road, Deerfield Beach

Quiet Waters Park is known as one of the most beautiful parks in South Florida. It covers more than 430 acres and provides plenty of room to roam. Biking the park will allow you to enjoy views of the marina, lakes and so much more. You can bring your own bike or rent one when you arrive. You can even rent elbow and kneed pats or a GoPro camera if you want to document your ride.

If you’re looking for a beautiful place to ride with plenty of space and nature, Quiet Waters Park is the place for you. They even offer camping, if you want to camp and bike for the weekend.

Everglades, Shark Valley Trail – US Highway 41 and 25 Miles West of the Florida Turnpike, Everglades

Everglades, Shark Valley TrailIt doesn’t get much better than the 14.5 miles of bike trails found in Shark Valley. This is the place for those looking for an uncommon ride with plenty of challenge. You may even spot a gator sunning itself in the grass along the trail. They could even be within touching distance of the pedals of your bike.

Veteran bikers headed to Shark Valley are used to the gators and just go around them. You can pack a lunch and stay for the day, which will allow you to enjoy the observation tower, The Bobcat Boardwalk, Otter Cove and so much more.

Cape Florida State Park – 1200 South Crandon Boulevard, Key Biscayne

Cape Florida State Park is one of the most desirable parks in South Florida. It’s a great spot for bikers to enjoy and also provide a top-rated beach. You can bike to see the fishing shacks called Stiltsville or to the historic lighthouse from 1825. The park also provides plenty of natural area to discover.

If you want to dine at Cape Florida State Park, you can enjoy authentic South Florida cuisine from one of the two restaurants. You can even enjoy overnight boat camping at the park.

Amelia Earhart Park – 401 East 65th Street, Hialeah

Amelia Earhart ParkAnother very large and very popular park in the Miami area is Amelia Earhart Park. It covers about 515 acres of space and provides one of the largest water-based resources in the state.

The bike trails are perfect for the family or for seasoned riders. They provide excellent views of the park, water and everything going on at the park. Along with biking, you can enjoy a large bark park with your pets, playgrounds, picnic facilities, golf, volleyball, soccer, fishing and so much more. There’s a country store and a petting zoo for the kids, too.

Related: How to Enjoy Summertime in Miami

Biking throughout the Miami area isn’t always easy, but at these parks, you’ll enjoy it. Some of the parks offer amazing amenities, while others provide longer bike trails to ride. Whether you’re a seasoned rider or just starting out, you’ll find these South Florida parks to be very enjoyable for biking.

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