Map of the Rickenbacker Trail in Miami, Florida


Rickenbacker Trail

Rickenbacker Trail Florida map area

Rickenbacker Trail


8.5 miles


paved / unpaved


Miami, Virginia Key, Key Biscayne


bridges over Miami South Channel, Virginia Key, Hobie Island Beach Park, Key Biscayne, Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park




Regional Trails

The Rickenbacker Trail is a system of paved pathways and bike lanes that follows the Rickenbacker Causeway out to Virginia Key and Key Biscayne. The trail goes past Virginia Key and has a section within Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park.

From its beginning near Interstate 95 to the southern tip of Key Biscayne is 8.5 miles.


The Rickenbacker Trail is paved, but some adjacent pathways and access paths are unpaved. The trail follows alongside major roadways for much of the route and has varying widths. Portions of the route are marked bike lanes through Crandon Park and the community of Key Biscayne . The trail is open for bike riding, running and walking.


The Rickenbacker Trail is located in Miami and Key Biscayne.

Points of Interest

The Rickenbacker Trail goes past the following points of interest:

Alice Wainwright Park
Playa De Los Perros
Hobie Beach North
Rickenbacker Marina
Hobie Island Beach Park
Miami Seaquarium
Historic Virginai Key Beach Park
Crandon Park Marina
Crandon Golf Course
Crandon Park
Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park
Cape Florida Lighthouse
Nearby Trails

M-Path: the two trails comes within a few blocks of each other along SW 26th Road.

End Points

The northeast end of the Rickenbacker Trail is located at SW 26th Road and Bricknell Avenue in Miami.

The southwest end of th trail is located at the southern tip of Key Biscayne.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the Rickenbacker Trail in Miami, Florida.