Our Beaches Welcome You Back!
Parks, green spaces, beaches, beachwalks and baywalks have reopened in our city! Beaches are open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm.
Please adhere to the rules to prevent the spread of Covid-19:
- Facial coverings are now mandatory indoors and outdoors until further notice
- The countywide curfew has been modified to be from 10:00 pm to 6:00 am every day until further notice.
- Social distancing of 6 feet must be kept (except from members of same household)
- All beachgoers must have facial covering available and ready to use at all times; beachgoers must be able to show their mask upon request by local authority
- Face covering not required for children under 2, persons that have difficulty breathing and persons involved in strenous physical activity or while in the ocean
- Public gatherings of 10 or more people are prohibited
- No floats
- No canopies or tents
- Allowed Activities: sunning, walking, jogging, swimming, surfing, paddle-boarding, kayaking. Be particularly cautious in swimming, surfing and other water-based activities associated with rescue and resuscitation
- Activities NOT Allowed: no organized group activities like volleyball, football, soccer, frisbee, paddleball, use of exercise equipment and playgrounds, dogs or pets on the beach, no fishing except in designated areas
For more info check out the City of Miami Beach Coronavirus Reopening Guidelines.
Haulover Beach is a mile-and-half stretch of pristine white sand beaches, cool ocean breezes and sparkling crystal clear waters, and yes,
with the unique distinction of being Miami's only clothing optional beach.
The northern part of the beach is where bathers have the choice of going au naturel.
If this could make you or anyone in your group uncomfortable it is
better to stay away.
There is a friendly environment where
privacy and respect are expected, and locals are very active in promoting and protecting this environment.
Remember to observe proper etiquette at a nude beach.
It is basically plain common sense: gawking is rude, making advances even ruder.
Please be mindful of others.
The beaches are truly spectacular here...
As with all other Miami Beaches, visiting during the week is best to avoid the weekend crowds.
Haulover has lifeguards on duty, and there are chair and umbrella rentals available at the beach.
Concessions with restrooms and showers are plentiful, look for the art deco structures with the
ship funnel shape all along the path that runs alongside the beach.
There are picnic tables and barbeque grills with plenty of trees to provide shade. The only drawback is that they are very close to the main road,
so if you're looking for quiet surroundings this isn't it.
The path that goes along the beach is popular with bicyclists and rollerbladers as well.
About Haulover Park
Haulover Park Entrance
Dog Bark Park
Clothing Optional Beach
Food Trucks on Tuesdays
Accross the beach on the other side of the main road is the rest of Haulover Park and the Haulover Marine Center.
The marinas provide boat launching ramps and boat and fishing charters are available.
Other facilities at the park include electric bike rentals, a dog friendly section of the park, a kite shop and Food Trucks on Tuesdays!
Haulover Park No Leash Bark Park
You can also bring your furry friends to Haulover Beach! In the South side of the park, there is a bark park with plenty of trees, picnic tables, water fountains, pooper scooper stations, doggie showers. It is enclosed, with separate areas for small or bigger (35 lbs) dogs and you can enter through parking lots #3 or #4. Directly across, there is a section of the beach (near lifeguard tower #3) where dogs are allowed to run freely.
The Bark Park is open from 8:00 am until sunset; however, the doggie beach is only open until 3:00 pm.
Parking is only $2 with dog (normally $5 without dog)
Haulover Beach Florida at a Glance
This is a "clothing optional" beach, you are likely to see people wearing nothing but their smiles, if you have a problem with this, don't come
Where?: 10600 Collins Avenue, between Sunny Isles Beach to the north and Bal Harbour Beach to the south just beyond the channel.
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Parking: At Haulover Park $7 on weekends, $5 on weekdays, North Beach Parking lot fills up quickly on weekends.
There are a number of Parking Lots servicing the beaches and marinas. The most convenient parking lot for the beach is the North Parking lot, which is accross the street from it. There is an underground pass so you don't have to deal with the busy traffic on Collins. Parking in the North Parking Lot costs $1 extra.
This is the Underpass that brings you from the parking lot to the beaches, you will see a pink tunnel, you can't miss it.
Restrooms and Showers: All along the beach
Other ammenities: Picnic tables, benches, beach chair and umbrella rental, marinas, electric bike rentals, a dog friendly section of the park, a kite shop and Food Trucks on Tuesdays!
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