Bayfront Park in the centre of Miami is a go-to spot for walking and hanging out outside from sunrise to dusk. The 32-acre park provides plenty of space for leisurely walks, relaxing, and taking in the sights of Miami.
Mahogany Hammock Trail, located in the centre of the Everglades National Park, takes you out of Miami and into the bush. The 0.4-mile boardwalk and walking track takes visitors on a wonderful self-guided tour through lush landscape and some of the country's largest living mahogany trees.
Virginia Key North Point Trails has something for everyone, whether you want to walk on the beach or along a route. The route is a 4-mile loop with elevation changes and spectacular scenery at every bend.
The Venetian Causeway is a famous and picturesque walk in Miami. From Downtown to Miami Beach, the causeway contains 12 bridges that run beside the beautiful blue Miami lagoon.
South Pointe Park is usually crowded with walkers who want to take in the true beauty of Miami. The park is adjacent to a lovely promenade that links to the expansive Miami Beach boardwalk.
This 11-mile track connects numerous South Miami monuments, from the Montgomery Botanical Center to the Cutler Wetland Preserve, and is one of the most popular in the city.
Located in the heart of Coconut Grove, The Barnacle Historic State Park is a beautifully shaded 5-acre trail. While this is a shorter trail, it is the perfect afternoon activity which leads to beautiful waterfront views alongside historic monuments.