GO ✅ There are places to go to and places to avoid however when you have kids. See below.
Overall: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 💫 4.5/5 stars
Pros: It’s a beach, it’s generally warm enough to swim all year or nearly all year
Cons: Most places are tourist traps and there might be activity (and/or attire) that you want your kids to avoid seeing.
- Be aware that while nudity is not technically legal, unless you’re being vulgar, law enforcement generally does not enforce those rules and many beachgoers sunbathe topless.
- Water temperature during the winter generally hovers around 71-72 degrees Fahrenheit. By May you’re looking at 80-degrees and by August, it’s bath water at 85/86 degrees.
- As a general rule, the further south you go, the more tourist-y it is. South Beach/Ocean Drive is the place to go to see and be seen. The exception is near South Pointe Park where the pier is. There is a splash pad and playground there that are great for kiddos.
Street parking, public parking garages.
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