News Alert


Shortly after becoming a city in 1997, the City Commission purchased land and allocated funds for developing city parks. Some of that land was right on the Atlantic Ocean where they created an oceanfront park.

Parks provide spaces for people to laugh, listen to a concert, relax, and dance with a partner. Parks are home to playground equipment, and city-organized recreational programs. Parks are for picnicking, romping, resting, and reading. Parks are for families, friends, and animals.

You can view a map of all Beach Access Points  and City Parks , or use our Interactive Maps System to locate the nearest park.


Heritage Park
19200 Collins Avenue

Town Center Park
17200 Collins Avenue

Gateway Park
151 Sunny Isles Blvd.

Skate Park — NEW LOCATION! (Haulover Park)
10800 Collins Avenue

Samson Oceanfront Park
17425 Collins Avenue

Senator Gwen Margolis Park
17815 North Bay Road
Bone Zone

Golden Shores Community Park
201-191 Terrace

Pelican Community Park
18115 North Bay Road

Newport Fishing Pier
16501 Collins Avenue

Bella Vista Bay Park
500 Sunny Isles Boulevard

Oceania Park
16320 Collins Avenue

Intracoastal Parks
16100 Collins Avenue


All parks are equipped with a Thor Guard Lightning Prediction System that provides advanced notice of lightning conditions. When activated, here is how the system works:

ONE long horn blast indicates possible lightning in the area.

Get TO a safe indoor area quickly.

                  THREE shorter horn blasts signal that it is safe to return to the park.


*Any non-City organized events (festivals, entertainment, birthday parties etc.) must be approved ahead of time. Contact the Cultural & Community Services Department at 305.792.1706 for more information, or stop by Pelican Community Park at 18115 North Bay Road.