Lummus Park is a 74-acre (30 ha) public, urban park in Miami Beach (Miami-Dade, Florida), on the Atlantic Ocean.
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il y a 6 mois
Beautiful park with long stretch of boardwalk to bike, roller blade or walk. There are bikes you can rent as well. There are quite a few volleyball nets to play and long stretch of white sand beach. You can walk across the street to your hotel as well as eateries and shops. Pay to park along the street is more expensive than parking in the public garages which is a block or two away from beach and very convenient. All in all, you take in the beauty of Miami.
il y a 5 mois
The landscaping is gorgeous, I love south beach and ocean drive. So many restaurants and places to chill. It makes me love Miami even more. There are many areas and equipment to work out and exercise. It's kinda like a better version of Santa Monica beach in Cali
il y a 5 mois
Loved the park in front of Miami beach. It so lively in the evening with the Art Deco shows put up. Parking is bit of difficult here and you need to advance bit far. Parkmymobile app was so handy in spotting an parking. A evening shall be enough to spend a nice time over the park
il y a 5 mois
Beautiful park, very well maintained, close to amenities and visible patrolling officers. Open and visible location but sits back away from the busy street. Lights on palm trees look beautiful at night. Playground has a nice selection of equipment for little and older children, all in good condition. (Parents, be sure to check out Flamingo Park nearby.) Note to those driving cars: If you're not a resident with the proper residential parking permit, make sure you pay to park your car in designated areas. Locals warn it's about a $250+ mistake involving a tow truck if you don't.
il y a 9 mois
Miami's South Beach is beautiful place due to the architecture and beach. During the day you can take walking tours of Art Deco hotels and other buildings. There are museums of the area's history and people. These museums are well worth the price of admission. The food on Ocean Dr. is world class but the price won't be cheap. I purchased a tall latte at Starbucks for $6.45 in California I have bought the same beverage in a large size for $5.45. So, be ready with your wallet when you visit. The night life in the area reminds me Vegas by the sea. All the buildings on Ocean Drive are lite up with neon. I would have enjoyed the scene in my 20's and 30's, not so much now. However, there something for all so don't let my perspective of the night life turn you off. Good luck on your visit.