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4 Fascinating Walking Spots in Miami, FL

If you’re getting ready for a household move to sunny Miami, you’ll likely want to take advantage of the Florida sunshine. Thankfully, Miami has many places to get out and explore the great outdoors. Here, we’ve compiled a list of a few excellent walking spots that Miami offers.

1. Bayfront Park – 301 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL

Bayfront Park covers 32 acres of downtown Miami, providing nearly endless opportunities for recreation, fun, and working out in the Miami sun. In addition to walking trails and workout spaces, Bayfront Park offers many fun family activities. When you stroll past the bandshell area, you’ll likely find events and cultural celebrations allowing you to enjoy community happenings while you get your workout in. As you’re strolling, be sure to take your time to stop and enjoy the waterfall, rock garden, and lawn spaces that are perfect for a picnic. Stop at one of the Spanish-inspired restaurants near the park to pick up a picnic lunch before you hit the trails.

2. Miami Riverwalk – Miami Riverwalk, Miami, FL

The Miami Riverwalk will take you on a gorgeous stroll between the Miami River and Biscayne Bay. The park starts at Bayfront Park and ends near the 2nd Street Bridge. While the Riverwalk is a great place to get a workout, it’s also perfect for enjoying live entertainment. November marks the Miami Riverwalk Festival when you’ll be able to enjoy all that the culture of Miami has to offer as you stroll between the waterways. Be sure to take your time to enjoy both the skyscrapers of Miami and the palm trees that line the walkway. Feeling in the mood for a picnic lunch? You’ll want to stop at the Brickell Center shopping mall, where you can check out many eateries and shopping options. If you like extending your stroll, feel free to cross the bridge to Watson Island, which will lead you directly to Miami Beach.

3. Simpson Park – 55 SW 17th Rd, Miami, FL

Located right at the edge of the financial district, Simpson Park is a nature preserve perfect for getting out of the office and some of the fresh air you need to break up your work day. As you stroll through the park, you’ll notice an old forest loaded with exotic and native-to-Miami trees. Before hitting the trail, many walkers like stopping at Perricone’s, a local Italian eatery, for a to-go picnic lunch to enjoy at the park. Watch for silver palms and gumbo limbo trees as you stroll through the historic natural area.

4. Old Cutler Trail – Miami, FL 33190

One of the most stunning roads in South Florida is Old Cutler Road in Coral Gables. Lined with giant banyan trees, you will find some of the most spectacular historic mansions in the city. Many of the homes have yards landscaped like tropical gardens. Popular destinations along the trail include Matheson Hammock Park, Pinecrest Gardens, and Fairchild Tropical Garden. It’s best suited to walkers and cyclists who prefer to take their time. 

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