SURFSIDE BEACH

Beach Scene

Surfside Beach is another small autonomous seaside town stretching from 96th. Street down to 87th. Terrace. Surfside has about a mile of public beach that will rival any beach in the world. Surfside's beaches are peaceful, clean, pleasant, safe, and free of commercial intrusion. This is a much more family friendly area and her neighbour to the north, and there are many streets that have access to the beach. The town was incorporated in 1935 by 35 members of the Surf Club, virtually the only building located on the beach at that time. There are very strict zoning laws that keep the character of the community of mainly single family homes and small apartment buildings. Rejuvenated hotels and new luxury condominiums line the ocean and Collins Avenue, but Harding Avenue, one block inland, retains the feel of an old-style main street with small shops and bistros to welcome strollers.The town community centre is on 91st. Street, but is for residents and their guests only, though you can use the beach in front of the building. The beach ends at 87th. Terrace, at the striking Eighty Seven Park residences.

Map
Here is a map of the area.


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Parking
Plenty of on-street metered parking, but no specific parking lots. Street access at 96th., 95th., 94th. 92nd. 90th. 89th. 88th. and 87th. Lots of commercial spaces, but watch for the tow-away signs.

Bus Services
S (119) - Miami Downtown via Alton Road, Lincoln Road and Collins Ave. at 17th. St. to Aventura Mall. Every 12 mins.

Mid-Beach Connection (115) - Lincoln & Washington via Alton Road or Pine Tree Drive to Surfside. Every 20 mins.

Surfside Surfside Path
Surfside Beach
Beach Walk
Surfside Beach Entrance
Beach Walk
Surfside Beach Entrance

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