Dec 2, 2019


Our last day in Miami and we had an entire day to ourselves. We planned to drive around South Beach and then head over to Wynwood that encases colorful murals and showcases some of the worlds best street graffiti artists.

Parking at South Pointe Park was an easy access to South Miami Beach and the South Point Pier. It had a nice park area for small children with sprinklers and restrooms and easy access for an evening stroll along the marina. It is also a great place to watch cruise ships entering the port. South Pointe Pier is also a great place to take pictures of Miami Beach.

The lifeguard stands were unique and colorful.

There was a convenient beach walk all the way down to Miami Beach from South Pointe. We loved this and was so convenient walking around Ocean Dr. for a quick lunch/ snack. There is a Free Beach Trolley which is convenient and quick in case you are short on time. This is a great place to just relax and wind down a hectic day.

Parking in this area could get problematic on weekends and holidays. There is metered parking here and parking garages available close by. Street parking was difficult and spots are taken quickly. Ocean Dr was crowded particularly in the evenings. It had a variety of restaurants, icecream shops and a pretty relaxed vibrant energy after sundown.

7th street and Collins Avenue Garage
210 7th street

13th street and Collins Avenue Garage
1301 Collins Avenue

16th Street and Collins
Indian Beach Park and 4601 Collins

The Welcome Sign board for Miami Beach is at the end of the Julia Tuttle causeway 195 towards Miami beach on the left  before you turn right to join 907/Alton Road.

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