Crandon Park is over 800 acres in size and has a two-mile stretch of beach on the side of the Atlantic Ocean. It is a municipal park in urban Miami that occupies the northern part of Key Biscayne. Crandon Boulevard stretches from the end of Rickenbacker Causeway via the park’s length. It provides access to the Village of Key Biscayne and Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park. The land that Crandon Park inhabits was on one occasion part of the biggest coconut plantation in America, which was managed by William John Matheson and his inheritors. The Matheson family bequeathed 808.8 acres of their land to what was called Dade County.
The park has various facilities, such as a marina, golf course, the Tennis Center at Crandon Park, a family entertainment center, picnic shelters, and nature center. The park itself has parking for over three-thousand vehicles. A section of the park is reserved as the Bear Cut Preserve, a delegated natural Environment Study Area. There are also tours conducted through the preserve.
What About Golfing?
Crandon Park has a tournament eighteen-hole golf course. It can be found on tropical Key Biscayne, which is only ten minutes from inner-city Miami. It is the ideal option to progress where a person can spend one day shrouded by the tropics. Crandon Park itself is a colorful, bright explosion encompassed by water, mangroves, and leafy, tropical plants. Crandon is both isolated and alluring and Biscayne Bay’s only municipal golf course.
For eighteen years, Crandon Park was the location of the Senior PGA Tour. It attracted golf’s greatest players like Lee Trevino. The course is regarded as one of the most exquisite and complex par-seventy-two courses in the state of Florida. The seventh hole of the Crandon Park golf course is hyped as one of golf’s most ultimate holes. It is a magnificent par four that bends to the right and directs an individual’s golf ball flying over glistening water. Golfweek had ranked the course in its top ten golf course. Golf Digest even rated it as one of the United States’ best seventy-five chic golf courses. From the initial hole-a bent par five that needs a drive over water and mangroves-to the last-another par five with water on both sides of the fairway-the golf course at Crandon Park is, in most ways, the signature golf course of Miami.