Brittany Park




Located at the southernmost entrance of North Beach by the 63rd Street Bridge, Brittany Bay Park extends north along the water and west of Indian Creek Drive. This lush waterfront park features onsite parking, winding jogging paths, swaying palms, shady native trees, and overlooks the exquisite million dollar homes of Allison Isle.

Joggers can intensify their workout with the outdoor exercise circuit available in this fitness-inspired park. This green oasis serves as a perfect escape from the surrounding concrete jungle.

Adjacent to Brittany Bay Park, at 6500 Indian Creek Drive, is the Ronald W. Shane Watersports Center, where the Miami Beach Rowing Club meets year round. The waterway here leads into several canals making it perfect for rowing, kayaking, and canoeing into the Biscayne Bay. The center offers a number of rowing programs suited to fit a variety of interests and skill levels.

Additionally, The Ronald W. Shane Watersports Center is a beautiful venue with approximately 4,000 square feet of rentable space overlooking the scenic Indian Creek Waterway. This unique and convenient site is perfect for hosting weddings, seminars, corporate meetings, networking events, holiday events, performing arts events, and any other types of functions.

Recent News about Brittany Bay Park

The City of Miami Beach's Park and Recreation Department is looking to enhance Brittany Bay Park as part of its Blueways Master Plan that will affect more than 10 parks throughout Miami Beach. Specifically for Brittany Bay Park, the plan addressed a potential for a kayak/SUP launch, and restoration of the living shoreline, habitat, and seawall. Read more about the Blueways Master Plan.


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