Key Biscayne Bicycle Tour
1. Activity Walkthrough
The tour begins with a bike ride along the beach. The first stop is at Pelican Bay on the southern side of Key Biscayne. Afterward, you will have an hour and a half to explore Key Biscayne National Sanctuary on your own time. Stop at any beach along the way for some rest.
Afterward, head to the local dive spot called Haulover Park for a quick history lesson, which has been the site of many migratory birds and an underwater observation tower allowing you a unique view of the Atlantic Ocean. Next, you will head down to Crandon Park and enjoy the best beaches on Key Biscayne. Afterward, relax in nature at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park or find a quiet place to reflect on the day’s ride.
2. History & Highlights
The second stop is the Dot’s Garden at Flamingo Park. Here you will find four-foot concrete dolphins and a beautiful garden with a statue of an early settler named Dot. The next stop is at the historic house of artist Jonit’s Halland, a reminder of Key Biscayne’s long history. After that, you will pass through the island-wide barrier island and end up in West Palm Beach.
If you are looking for a quiet place to escape the chaos of an urban environment, Key Biscayne is the perfect destination. If you love to cycle and like biking along a tropical paradise, Key Biscayne is right up your alley.