Key Biscayne: This secluded paradise is just a few miles from downtown yet worlds apart, with miles of hiking and biking trails, boating and water sports, beaches that continually rank in the top ten, top-notch tennis and golf facilities and upscale resort properties. It is home to Miami Seaquarium, which features the Dolphin Harbour which includes the Dolphin Odyssey and Dolphin Encounter programs. The park offers aquatic shows with the dolphins, killer whales and adorable seals and is known as the former setting of the popular 1960s television show Flipper. Recently the park launched Sea Trek Reef Encounters, where you don’t need a scuba certification to take an underwater walking journey through a 300,000 gallon tropical reef with colorful fish, sting rays and a variety of unique sea creatures.
Nearby is the landmark restaurant Rusty Pelican, recently renovated and still offering one of the best bay views of Downtown Miami in town. This upscale beach community is also where you can find Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, with its historic lighthouse built in 1825 and reconstructed in 1846 — the oldest standing structure in Miami-Dade County. Visitors come to the park to sunbathe, swim and picnic on more than one mile of sandy Atlantic beachfront, often ranked among the top beaches in America.
If you’re a tennis fan, you’ll want to make your way over the Rickenbacker Causeway to Crandon Park Tennis Center and Stadium — home to the Sony Ericsson Open, a 12-day tournament featuring the top 96 men and women tennis players in the world. If golf is more your game, the center is adjacent to the Crandon Park Golf Course, rated among the top 75 municipal golf courses in the country.
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