Florida has 1200 miles of coastline, almost 700 miles of which are sandy beaches. Exploring along those beaches offers encounters with a multitude of plants, animals, minerals, and manmade objects. Beaches are alive and teaming with life heralding a rich natural history within it’s sandy shores.
Miami beach life offers much to enjoy; lounge chairs, cabanas, umbrellas, Waverunners, jet ski and boat rentals. Oleta River State Park at 1000 acres, is Florida’s largest urban park. Only 30 minutes away from downtown Miami, the park is really magnificent and has a waterway the winds through a beautiful oasis. There is 15 miles of off-road bicycle trails. You can paddle along the scenic mangrove forest experiencing it’s rich and lush natural beauty. This area is a haven for mountain bikers, anglers, swimmers and paddlers. Unwind and relax enjoying a picnic along beautiful Biscayne Bay.
If living on the beach in Florida is what you have in mind enjoy Michael Bordenaro’s video who shows you how easy living on the beach can be in Miami Beach and costs less than you might imagine. And if you are thinking of moving to another area of Florida, it most likely be EVEN CHEAPER to live on the beach. Michael Bordenaro is going to show you in this video.
Video by Michael Bordenaro