The Virginia Key Beach is a historic beach park in closeness to Downtown Miami which is an island of oasis, moreover which escapes from the urban activity of the city. The Virginia Key is situated at the Rickenbacker Causeway, which is few minutes away from the downtown financial centers of Miami, and which is well known for top tourist destinations, dining, retail, sport facilities and famous educational institutes. If you are bored with the over developed city beaches and you are seeking for a more tropical and tranquil setting, then Virginia Key Beach is one spot to certainly check out.
At Virginia Key Beach you can like the only replenished a mile-long beach within the Miami city. Ride on the neighboring antique carousel to dazzling blue oceans. Take a small-wetland tour on the popular 'Biscayne Virginia Rickenbacker Central'. Parties are eye-catching, in the un-obstructive sights of the Biscayne Bay and Atlantic Ocean. Picnic and mingle beneath one of the several shaded pavilions or discover the coastal hammock trails and the nature boardwalk. You can also enjoy nostalgic menu things at the concession stand.
The Virginia Key provides a unique retreat that conveys visitors into lush, emerald public spaces which is full of nature, recreation and preservation, history where every person can familiar with their own side of 'Paradise Renewed'.
The Virginia Key Beach, previously accessible only by craft, was created in the year 1945, and in Dade County it is the single public beach for the "exclusive usage of Negroes". In year 1982 the Miami city is closed the park as well as it remained closed until the Re-Opening in the year 2008 when local people of Miami formed the Virginia Key Beach Park team in response to plans for personal development of the property. In the year 2002, the Historic Virginia Key Beach Park was registered on the National Register of Historic Places.