Map of bike paths / walking paths in Miami, FL


Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in Miami, Florida

Miami, Florida map area

Miami, Florida

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Atlantic Way

Biscayne - Everglades Greenway

Biscayne Trail

Black Creek Trail - Miami-Dade County

Hammocks Trail


Miami Beach Boardwalk

Old Cutler Trail

Rickenbacker Trail

Snake Creek Trail

South Dade Trail


Fort Lauderdale

Palm Beach

Palm Coast

Regional Trails

Miami is located along the coastline of the Atlantic Ocean in Southern Florida. The city draws in people from all around the world to experience the culture, the music, the nightlife, the food, the beaches and the climate.

This area of Southern Florida has a number of lengthy recreational trails for bike riding, running and walking.


The M-Path is a 10-mile long paved pathway that is located in the heart of Miami. The route follows alongside SW 1st Avenue and State Route 1 from Downtown Miami to the Palmetto Expressway. The pathway is located underneath the the Miami Metrorail lines as it travels through the neighborhoods and commercial areas of Miami winding between the support columns. Much of the trail travels through landscaped greenspaces with shade trees, lighting, benches and other points of interest.

The north end of the M-Path meets up with the Miami Riverwalk that follows alongside the Miami River. The trail goes past several local parks and is only blocks away from the waterfront. The trail also goes nearby to museums, restaurants, shops and the campus for the University of Miami.The trail also goes past several Miami Metrorail stations.

The south end of the M-Path meets up with the South Dade Trail that extends to the south as far as Homestead and Florida City. The M-Path also comes within a couple blocks of the Rickenbacker Trail that heads out to Key Biscayne.

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South Dade Trail

The South Dade Trail is a 20.5-mile long paved pathway located in the south side of the Miami area in Southern Florida. The route follows alongside the State Route 1 from the Dadeland South Metrorail Station in Miami near the Palmetto Expressway to SW 177th Court in Florida City. The route of the trail goes through the commercial, industrial and residential areas on the south side of the Miami urban area, crossing the many major roadways along the way.

The north end of the South Dade Trail allows a connection to the M-Path recreation trail that extends to the north as far as Downtown Miami. The Black Creek Trail also crosses the South Dade Trail on the south side of the Southland Mall.

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Old Cutler Road Trail

The Old Cutler Trail is an 11-mile long paved path that follows alongside Old Cutler Road through the south side of the Miami urban area. The trail extends from SW 102nd Street to SW 224th Street. The route goes past miles of residnetial neighborhoods, Palmetto Bay and local parks. The Old Culter Trail allows a connection to the Biscayne Trail and the Black Creek Trail.

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Black Creek Trail

The Black Creek Trail is an 8.7-mile long paved and unpaved pathway located on the south side of the Miami urban area. The trail follows the channel for Black Creek and extends from the zoo to the causeway at Black Point Park. The trail has a gap at State Route 1 where trail users will need to take a short jog to get to the next continuous section.

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Rickenbacker Trail

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 the length of the trail is 8.5 miles.

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Miami Beach Boardwalk & Atlantic Way

The Miami Beach Boardwalk and Atlantic Way are pathways with paved and unpaved sections that follow the shoreline along Miami Beach and North Beach to the east of Downtown Miami. The Miami Beach Boardwalk is around 4 miles long. The Atlantic Way to the north has a 4-mile long section and a 1.3-mile long section. The trails follow the beach and go past the hotels, restaurants and residential areas.

Snake Creek Trail

The Snake Creek Trail is a 3-mile long paved pathway that is located in North Miami Beach in Southeast Florida. The trail follows the channel for Snake Creek from Sun Life Stadium to Mishcon Park. There are paved pathways on both sides of the channel for a portion of the route.

Read more about the Snake Creek Trail


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

Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Florida

Here is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in the State of Florida.

Click here for a map of Florida's Regional Recreational Trails