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Biscayne National Park Walk is a 9.9 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Miami, Florida that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

Length9.9 miElevation gain3 ftRoute typeOut & back
Kid friendlyFishingNature tripsPaddle sportsRoad bikingWalkingBird watchingRunningBeachPavedViewsWildlifeNo dogs
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Getting There

Within sight of downtown Miami, yet worlds away, Biscayne is a watery wonderland that protects a rare combination of aquamarine waters, emerald islands, and fish-bejeweled coral reefs. Here too is evidence of 10,000 years of human history, from pirates and shipwrecks to pineapple farmers and presidents. Though most of the park is covered by water, a short 1/4-mile jetty trail is available at Convoy Point, and the 7-mile long Spite Highway trail is available to campers and those with boat access to Elliott Key. Outdoors enthusiasts can boat, snorkel, camp, watch wildlife or simply relax in a rocking chair gazing out over the bay.

From the North Convoy Point can be reached from either the Florida Turnpike or from US-1. From the Florida Turnpike: Take the Florida Turnpike south, to Exit 6 (Speedway Blvd.). Turn left from exit ramp and continue south to S.W. 328th Street (North Canal Drive). Turn left and continue to the end of the road. It is approximately five miles, and the entrance is on the left. From US-1: Drive south to Homestead. Turn left on SW 328th Street (North Canal Drive), and continue to the end of the road. It is approximately nine miles, and the entrance is on the left. From the South Traveling on US-1 (Overseas Highway), drive north to Homestead. Turn right on SW 328th Street (North Canal Drive first light after Florida Turnpike entrance), and continue to the end of the road. The entrance is approximately nine miles on the left. Physical Address 9700 SW 328 Street Homestead, Florida 33033

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Gabriela Urena
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Hiking

This is not a trail, we have to walk over pavement street in the park entrance so be careful with cars entering the park. When we reach the entrance we start walking at the side of canal and we return again. Don’t go alone. There is no security or park rangers anywhere.The map that is in this app suggest other route for starting the trail. We started where the national park center is; in the 328 Sw, so be sure where are you going first. Very confusing.

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Jorge Espinosa
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Hiking

This trail is totally worthless except for the las .5 miles when you really se some thing interesting on the channels and the Biscayne Bay. A lot of debris and trash (I think is due to last hurricane Irma) maybe if do the trail starting from visitor center is a lot shorter and better.

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Debbie Murnan
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Nice 0.5 mike RT hike near the visitor center.

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Edward Stroh
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Walking

Very nice walking trail

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Clay Knisley
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Paddle sports

Nice place to spend a day on the water.

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Carlos Sosa
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Hiking

Great place for all levels, amazing

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Akari Iburi
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Hiking

Great place but went in March and the Mosquitos will eat you alive day or night!

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Angel Del Valle
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arilyn matisko
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Mily Cohen
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Mercedes Bado
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Elijah Johnston
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Luis Perez
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Santiago Osorio
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Brittany Schmidt
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