Outdoor Activities in Miami

Outdoor activities in Miami are a mix of adventure sports and some laid-back vibes amidst scenic beauty. Miami comes with an ideal terrain and atmosphere to spend active holidays and make plenty of unforgettable memories. So, explore the wilderness of Miami and spend some time in the lap of nature with these exciting outdoor activities Miami has to offer. From the most adventurous experiences to the most popular ones, the following list combines it all to make sure you do not miss these unique experiences while planning a trip to Miami.

From sunrise to sunset, let's discover the best spots for outdoor activities in Miami:

  1. Bayside Marketplace

    4.5 (8103 Votes)
    Bayside Marketplace

    Waterfront, Walking Area, Restaurant, Entertainment

    The Bayside Marketplace is literally a blend of everything. Shopping, entertainment and dining options are all available in abundance at this waterfront open-air mall. The food court has restaurants serving cuisines from all over the world. Apart from branded shopping you will also find unique shops here worth exploring. The market place is divided into four zones, has a large parking space an...Read more
  2. South Beach

    Outdoors, Beach, Water Body, Restaurant

    If so be was any cooler, it’d freeze into ice, and that wouldn’t daunt the rollerblades here one bit; they’d just put on their ice skates. Celebrity, hippy or groupie or just a plain tourist, you’ll find this lovely and long strip of sand a nightlife paradise even in the day. Boutiques, shacks, and nightclubs line the beach in their hundreds. The beach owes its liveline...Read more
  3. Fort Lauderdale Beach

    4.6 (6018 Votes)
    Fort Lauderdale Beach

    Beach, Walking Area

    The northwestern segment of Fort Lauderdale is particularly accessible from the left part of the city, associated just by the Cypress Creek Canal as it streams under I-95. This area of Fort Lauderdale outskirts the urban communities of Tamarac and Oakland Park on its south side. The more amazing partition of Fort Lauderdale in the south is flanked, along its north side by Wilton Manors. Off th...Read more
  4. Key West

    Outdoors, Island

    The Key West is a city in Monroe County, Florida, United States. The city includes the island of Key West, the part of Stock Island north of U.S., the Overseas Highway on the east, Sigsbee Park on the north, which was initially reputed to be Dredgers Key. The Fleming Key and Sunset Key are in the west, and are basically regarded as Tank Island. Both Fleming Key and Sigsbee Park are part of Nav...Read more
  5. Freedom Tower

    4.4 (3056 Votes)
    Freedom Tower

    Landmark, Historical Site, Tower, Architecture

    Freedom tower miami - National Historic Landmark located at 600 Biscayne Boulevard on the Wolfson Campus of Miami Dade College. The Freedom Tower lodged in Miami, Florida is popularly known for being the 'Ellis island of the south'. The Freedom Tower is composed by Schultze and Weaver. It is utilized at present as a dedication to Cuban movement to the United State...Read more
  6. Marlins Park

    4.6 (1530 Votes)
    Marlins Park

    Stadium, Architecture

    The Marlins Park is the present home of the Miami Marlins, the city's Major League Baseball franchise. It is sprawled across 17 sections of land of the previous Miami Orange Bowl site in Little Havana, 2 miles west of Downtown. Development was finished in March 2012, in time for the 2012 season of year. The stadium is designed after neo-modernist architecture. The contemporary ballpark is the ...Read more
  7. Calle Ocho Plaza

    4 (1938 Votes)
    Calle Ocho Plaza

    Landmark, Walking Area, Food And Drinks, Restaurant

    Calle Ocho Plaza or the Small Havana is home to Cubansand natives from Central and South America. It’s named after Havana, the capital of and the biggest city in Cuba. Small Havana is noted as a centre of social, social, and political action in Miami. Its celebrations, incorporating the Calle Ocho Festival, Viernes Culturales on cultural Fridays, the Three Kings Parade and others, have b...Read more
  8. Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park

    Museum, Light House, Park, Camp

    Located in Key Biscayne, the park is an ideal getaway from the fast paced city life of Miami. The park is named in honour of Bill Baggs who was the editor of the Miami News and died in 1969. The park is known for its 1-mile stretch of pristine beach, several picnic pavilions and historical lighthouse. The view from the lighthouse is quite charming and worth the hike. There are several activiti...Read more
  9. Monkey Jungle

    4.3 (566 Votes)
    Monkey Jungle

    Outdoors, Wildlife Park

    This is a protected habitat where endangered primates roam freely within 30 acres of green space.  A wild life park and a tourist attraction, Monkey Jungle has over 400 primates from 30 species. There is also an Amazonian Rain forest and an aviary here. The gift shop is themed around the various species here. In 1994 a team of archaeologists discovered 10,000-year-old fossil specimens inc...Read more
  10. Miccosukee Indian Village

    4.3 (279 Votes)
    Miccosukee Indian Village

    Art And Culture, Outdoors, Arts And Crafts

    This surviving Miccosukee Indian Village showcases the life and culture of the tribe. There is a wide range of displays and demonstrations that highlight the art and craftwork of the people. You will find fine examples of woodcarving, patchwork, beadwork, basket weaving and doll making. There is also a museum and gift shop where you can buy these items and jewellery. They conduct gator shows a...Read more
  11. The Barnacle Historic State Park

    Outdoors, Park

    The Barnacle Historic State Park is a 5-acre property, which includes one of the oldest houses in the area and its surrounding grounds. The park gets it’s name from the house itself, which is called The Barnacle and was built in 1891. It was the home of a pioneer of the county, Ralph Middleton Munroe. The house offers stunning views of the bay and the grounds offer a nice spot for a picn...Read more
  12. Biscayne National Park Image
    ©

    Outdoors, Boating, Scuba, Snorkeling

    Biscayne Bay National Park is located south of Miami and is an ideal place for a day trip or over night stay especially if you are a nature lover. The park offers tent camping and boat camping options. The park can only be accessed from the mainland by Dante Fascell Visitor Center. Activities offered at the park are boating, fishing, kayaking, windsurfing, snorkelling and scuba diving.  T...Read more
  13. St. Bernard De Clairvaux Church

    Church, Religious Site, Landmark, Architecture

    The Ancient Spanish Monastery and the Church of St. Bernard de Clairvaux was originally built in Sacramenia in Segovia, Spain, in the 12th century. It was dismantled and moved to the United States and reassembled in its final location in Miami in the early 20th Century by millionaire William Randolph Hearst. The medieval architecture of the structure has been retained and the building is one o...Read more
  14. Grapeland Water Park

    4.1 (327 Votes)
    Grapeland Water Park

    Outdoors, Water Park

    Grapeland water park is an ideal place for kids. The water park has numerous slides and fun water rides. The art around the park is designed by famous local artist Romero Britto. This 13-acre park has plenty of room for everyone to splash and play on a hot summer’s day. There are several lifeguards and attendants to ensure the safety of visitors. The main attractions are: The Captai...Read more
  15. Arch Creek Park Museum And Nature Centre

    Outdoors, Park, Specialty Museum

    Arch Creek is a small park with a rich history that was built around a naturally formed limestone bridge, originally a part of an Indian walking trail. The park was once home to the extinct Tequesta Indian tribe and later by the Seminoles. The park has several easy nature trails and campsites. There is also a museum in the park that houses artefacts that once belonged to the tribes that travel...Read more