This beachfront park is at the northernmost end of Miami Beach and is a favorite with families. It's also known as North Beach Oceanside Park.
This is one of the many popular beaches in Key Biscayne. An offshore sand bar makes the waters calm, and plenty of palm trees line the beach area.
This park is at the southern tip of Key Biscayne and is great for swimming, because there are fewer waves.
This beach is just north of Miami-Dade County, but its Broadwalk nor boardwalk and funky vibe make it a great place for families.
On your list of what to see in Miami should include The Venetian Pool in Coral Gables. This pool is unique and is the only swimming pool on the National Register of Historic Places.
This perennial favorite park, operated by the City of Miami, has special areas for little and big kids. Shipwreck Island has two slides, a shallow water play area.
If you're looking for South Beach family activities, consider Flamingo Park. This South Beach park has two pools.
This 1,048-acre state park on Biscayne Bay in North Miami Beach offers all kinds of opportunities for fun, including activities parents and older children can do together.
This county park in southern Coral Cables has a man-made atoll pool along Biscayne Bay, plus a low-key beach that is perfect for families.
One of the nicest nearby water parks is just over the county line in Pembroke Pines.
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