87th Terrace – North Miami Kiteboarding


Little wind waves on most days. Waves usually around knee high and can get to overhead on good days. Swimmers and surfers have priority. The water temperature rarely drops below 72 degrees in South Florida. Beach is about 50 yards wide and very busy on the weekends. Be sure to stay north of 87th, most kiteboarders will walk north to 90th to stay clear of beach goers.

DIRECTIONS TO SPOT: From north: I-95 south to 125th Street exit. Make a left heading east on 125th (Toll is $.

50) to Collins Ave (A1A). Make a right onto Collins heading south to 87th Terrace. At 87 Terrace make a left and drive across A1A at stop sign to parking on right. Metred lot, bring coins or a Miami-Dade parking card.

PRECAUTIONS: This area can get very crowded! Do not kite around people! Do not kiteboard in west winds.  This includes (NNW, NW, W, SW, SSW).

WIND DIRECTIONS: Miami’s season for wind is October through April. Typical in season winds are 15-20 knots up to 20-25 knots when cold fronts pass though. Summer winds are on average 10-20 knots, with occasional 15-20 knot day from the south. North- side shore, Northeast-side on, East- on shore, Southeast-side on, South-side shore.

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Location: Crandon Park / North Beach – Key Biscayne

Phone: 305-345-9974

Email: info@miamikiteboarding.com

Website: www.miamikiteboarding.com

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