After closing several months ago, Miami beaches were supposed to reopen on June 1—but that’s no longer the case.
Mayor Giménez made the decision to postpone over the weekend after imposing a countywide curfew that began on Saturday night. The beaches will remain closed until the curfew order is lifted—which could be days or even weeks at this point as the mayor hasn’t set a date for when it will end.
Be that as it may, you can still go for a swim this week. Starting today, pools will be allowed to reopen in condos and select community parks. Looking to get in a few laps? A.D. Barnes Park’s six-lane heated pool will be open from 1pm to 5pm on weekdays and noon to 5pm on Saturdays. Additionally, splash playgrounds and pads will reopen at Goulds Park down south and at North Miami’s Oak Grove Park. Be sure to check in with the park as hours will likely be limited to start.
And if you really can’t wait to get back to sunbathing, consider a staycation: Miami hotels reopen on June 1—pools and all.
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