estled in Haulover Beach Park between the Atlantic
Ocean and the Intercoastal Waterway, Haulover
is the closest marina to the inlet. This marina is minutes
away from spectacular fishing and is home to the largest
charter/drift fishing fleet in South Florida.
The newly renovated Bill Bird Marina features a full-service
marina, with gated entry to 152 wet slips, accommo-
dating vessels from 35’ to 120’. Each slip provides access
to electricity and water. The dock master building offers
marina patrons a laundry room with coin-operated
washers and dryers, vending machines, ice, and rest
rooms with showers. In addition, the marina features
a dive boat, fuel dock, pump-out station, bait & tackle
stores, boat launching ramps, dry storage, boat and
jet-ski rentals, boat repairs, and a restaurant.
The marina and surroundings are set up to be enjoyed
by the non-boating community too. Haulover offers a
host of rental opportunities including boats, bicycles
and kites and an underground path that leads visitors
straight to sparkling Haulover Beach (clothing optional).
The park is divided into Westrec run, Haulover Marine
Center on the north end and Haulover Point at the
southernmost end of the Park.
The North location, Haulover Marine Center, is a half
mile from Baker’s Haulover Inlet. It consists of an open
rack dry storage building for 268 boats up to 40 feet in
length and personal watercrafts. The Marine Center also
features a retail store, gas dock, bait shop, boat rentals,
marine service department, and restaurant, Café Azul.
This property is located adjacent to one of south Florida’s
busiest boat ramps and across from one of the nicest
beaches in Miami-Dade County. This strategic location
affords the boater with quick and easy ocean access.
The site at the southern end, Haulover Point, is adjacent
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