Enjoy the mile-long shoreline on an island within the City of Miami. Ride on the antique carousel and mini train next to sparkling blue seas. Revel in stunning, unobstructed views of the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay. Picnic and mingle under one of the many shaded pavilions. Explore the nature boardwalk and the coastal hammock […]
South Florida Icon and a former founding Trustee of the Virginia Key Beach Park Trust Eugenia B. Thomas, (Right) poising with Kechi Okpala in 2010, at a luncheon held in Mrs. Thomas’ honor, passed away August 24th, 2015 at the age of 90.
Groups Come Together at “Connect with Nature” Event to Help Restore Historic Miami Area The Virginia Key Beach Park was the only beach open to African Americans in the Miami area during the segregation period. By 1982, the park was closed due to high maintenance costs. Finally in 2008, the Historic Virginia Key Beach Park […]
Just seven years ago, the 17-acre hammock in Historic Virginia Key Beach Park was as desolate as a moonscape. Now, it is brimming with native plants and wildlife.
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The story begins in 1896 – the City of Miami was founded with one-third of the city charter signed by black men. Despite the important role of the black community in the building of The Magic City, racial segregation was a day-to-day reality throughout the entire South.
When school is out and year-round, Virginia Key Watersports is the place to be! They offer a wide variety of enjoyable group activities and exciting camp activities designed for children 6- 14 to learn, have fun and compete.
The natural beauty and tropical view and vistas that make up Historic Virginia Key Beach Park are unmatched in South Florida and ideal for weddings ceremonies, large and small, receptions, “pop-up Parties” corporate picnics, team building events and fundraisers.