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Photo: Intracoastal Park South

Intracoastal Parks

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AddressCollins Avenue 159 to 163 Street


  • Daily, Sunrise to Sunset


  • Daily (except Thursdays), 8 am – 8 pm
  • Thursdays, 10 am – 8 pm


Intracoastal Parks is a linear park system made up of four smaller parcels to create an Intracoastal Park north and an Intracoastal Park south. This waterfront oasis is a luscious green landscape with picnic benches, seating, a bike rack, and inspired sculptures. The fenced Dezer Family Playground is located at the southernmost end of the park system and overlooks the scenic and quiet waters of the Intracoastal Waterway.

Dog Area

Dogs are allowed. Dogs must remain on a leash and you must pick up after your pet. Containers are available for you to be a responsible pet owner.


  • Picnic Tables (some shaded)
  • Benches
  • 1 Soofa bench (solar electric outdoor charging station equipped with USB connections)
  • Walking Path
  • Playground
  • Free WiFi
  • Bike Rack

*No restrooms
*No parking