Rickenbacker Trail begins in southern Miami and continues south along the Rickenbacker Causeway/Crandon Boulevard for nearly 9 miles, traversing the length of Key Biscayne. Along this popular route, you'll have beautiful views of Biscayne Bay, beaches, and palm trees.
Crandon Park, on the island's north end, was once a coconut plantation and is now a park of more than 800 acres. It features a pristine beach, coastal dunes, picnic areas, and an amusement center. At the south end of the island is Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, where visitors can enjoy the outdoors snorkeling, swimming, kayaking, and hiking. Indoor pursuits include a visitor center, museum, and historical lighthouse.
Parking and Trail Access
Parking is available at Crandon Park (6747 Crandon Boulevard) and Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park (1200 Crandon Boulevard).
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A must for all that love the water, boats and ocean breezes! A true escape from the city, perfect terrain for all bikes, enjoy!
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Runs along Rickenbacher Causeway, beaches, parks, village of key biscayne, lighthouse. Manatees, dolphins, eagles, iguanas, peacocks, and more animals can be seen. Activities include sailboarding, kayaking, kitesailing, swimming, mountain biking at nearby ...
Great views with mixed pavement
The Rickenbacker Trail runs across the Rickenbacker Causeway and down the length of Key Biscayne. It begins at the Causeway tolls. You can park on the mainland side near Alice Wainwright Park, or across the on the other side of the tolls in the beach ...