Victoria Jackson: Virginia Key 2021

Photo Taken of Victoria Jackson in 2020. Photo by Nigel Courtney/CC BY 4.0

Student Bio:

Hello Everyone! My name is Victoria Jackson, and I was born and raised in Miami Florida. I am junior in the Honors College at Florida International University studying English-Education. Outside of school I love travelling, reading, and dancing. I am looking forward to exploring the place I have called home, seeing, and experiencing the different wonders Miami has to offer and creating memories with the rest of my classmates.

Geography:

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Virginia Key is a barrier island located in the eastern area of Miami-Dade County. It is 863 acres and spans a little over 1.3 miles. It is situated in Biscayne Bay north of Key Biscayne, south of Brickell and minutes from the downtown area. In the U.S Geological Survey, Virginia Key’s map area is Key Biscayne. Fisher Island, Star Island, Dodge Island, and Hibiscus Island are some of the surrounding islands (“Virginia Key Topo Map in Miami-Dade.”). Virginia Key can be accessed from the Rickenbacker Causeway from the mainland. It is approximately 5 meters above sea level. The city balances infrastructural features, recreational benefits, and urban interest.

History:

According to Frederick H. Gerdes, who was a U.S Coast Surveyor and part of the Army Corps of Topographical Engineers, Virginia Key was once part of a larger land mass that also included Miami Beach and Fisher Island. A series of hurricanes that happened between the late 1820’s and early 1830’s started forming the space between Virginia Key and Fisher Island. This created what is now known as the Norris Cut in 1835 which was then used as an initial access for ships that were coming into Biscayne Bay (“Miami’s Virginia Key & Fisher Island Were Split In Two By A Powerful Hurricane That Cut Through Peninsula.”).

There have been several adaptions to Virginia Key that have altered its natural state (“Historic Virginia Key Beach Park in Key Biscayne, FL.”). Virginia Key has a large variety of different habitats such as the mangrove wetlands and the hardwood hammocks. Since the 1970’s, Virginia Key has been used as an area for placing dredging material that came from the Port of Miami. There has also been threats from invasive vegetation (“Virginia Key.”).

Virginia Key has also been an area where important historical moments have taken place such as the opening of a “colored beach”. Thus, providing the African American community with a recreational area that was similar to the “whites-only” beach. Though it had a period of inactivity, Virginia Key has remained an urban escape from the mainland.

Demographics:

While there are no residents in Virginia Key, there can be a visiting population of around 12,943 with the female population being slightly higher than the male (“Virginia Key Demographics.”). Most of the population make up white collar workers. More than 88% of the visitors have some degree of schooling. According to ZipDataMaps around 58% of visitors are white while the other 42% is composed of African Americans and Hispanics.

Interview with Kylie Sandler

Photo of Kylie Sandler Taken By Victoria Jackson/C BY 4.0

***Note: The Person I interviewed is not a resident of Virginia Key. She is instead a resident of Key Biscayne, but she spends a lot of time in Virginia Key. Virginia Key does not have any residents.

Victoria: Hi, can you please give me a small introduction of yourself?

Kylie: Hi, my name is Kylie. I live in Key Biscayne, but I am a frequent visitor of Virginia Key. I am currently a student but because of the pandemic I am doing remote classes.

Victoria: How would you describe Virginia Key and what keeps drawing you back?

Kylie: I would describe Virginia Key as a huge family beach. It somewhere where you can have space to interact with your friends and family and have the opportunity to meet amazing people. It’s a very welcoming environment and it makes me feel at home. I also come with a group on the weekends to do some volunteer work quite often.

Victoria: What do you enjoy the most about Virginia Key?

Kylie: I love the large amounts of recreational activities I am able to do here. I also love how it promotes more of an active lifestyle.

Victoria: What are some changes you would like to see implemented on the island?

Kylie: I would like to see a wider range of restaurants that were available. Having a larger variety on the type of food as well as a variety in the cost.

Landmarks:

The Rusty Pelican (3201 Rickenbacker Causeway, Key Biscayne, FL 33149)

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While The Rusty Pelican is a restaurant, it is a landmark in its own right and is an important food staple in Miami. The Rusty Pelican opened in 1972 on the Rickenbacker Marina. It soon became a tourist destination that people from different parts of the world come to visit. The guest can choose from a variety of Latin inspired and fresh seafood dishes and from over a thousand wines (“About: The Rusty Pelican in Miami, FL.”). The restaurant also provides guest with an amazing view of the Miami skyline. Lunch and Dinner are available from Monday to Friday and Brunch and Dinner is available on Sunday and because the restaurant is in high demand it is better to make a reservation before coming. I can fondly remember going there on different special occasions.

Miami Marine Stadium (3501 Rickenbacker Causeway, Miami, FL 33149)

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The Miami Marine Stadium is located on the Rickenbacker Marina and played an important and vital role in the residents’ way of life. The stadium was built in 1963 for the main purpose of water sports, mainly powerboat racing. It was also home to different concerts as well as sporting events like boxing. Major damage was sustained after the arrival Hurricane Andrew and was soon declared too dangerous for visitors to continue coming. It officially closed in September of 1992 (“Miami Marine Stadium.”). It is currently inactive but has now become a home for a different crowd. Since its closing, graffiti artists have flocked to the site and create their art. Not only were they able to have a large blank canvas that they were able to put their work on, but they were also provided with a beautiful view of the Miami Skyline from the Biscayne Bay. The stadium is now in the final steps of being approved for restoration after city residents pledged money to have the stadium renovated in 2004. The Miami Marine Stadium was officially included on the National Register of Historic Places list in 2018.

Historic Virginia Key Beach Park (4020 Virginia Beach Dr, Miami, FL 33149)

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The Historic Virginia Key Beach Park is not only an important landmark to the island but also an important staple in the African American community. After two black women and four black men started a sequence of wade in protests at Haulover Beach Park, which at the time was a “whites only” beach park, the city wanted to designate another area to be a “colored only” beach (“’White Sand, Black Beach’: The Black History of Virginia Key.”). Since tourism was on the rise and they were heavily dependent on it they did not want it to be a big spectacle that might deter people from visiting.

They ultimately decided, along with the leaders of several African American communities and agreed that beach park on Virginia Key would be the location. It was official open August 1st and was officially known as “Virginia Beach, a Dade County Park for the exclusive use of Negroes” (). A boat left from Overtown, where the black community resided, and took the Miami River to reach the beach park. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2002. August 1st is officially Historic Virginia Key Beach Park Day.

The Historic Virginia Key Beach is also home to several other important landmarks that have been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. These include: The Bath House, Concession Stand, Dance pavilion, Mini Train Station, Carousel. These were amenities that the African American community had available to them that was usually linked to “white only” places (“Florida Stories: A Walking Tour of Virginia Key.”).

Green:

Hobie Island Beach Park (Old. Rickenbacker Causeway, Miami, FL 33149)

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Hobie Island Beach Park is situated right off of the Rickenbacker Causeway in the west area of Virginia Key. Though it is relatively small in size compare to the other green spaces, it offers a beautiful panoramic view of the city. The park has a small walking trail. The beach also goes by the name of Windsurfer Beach and offers windsurfing rentals. This beach park is one of the only ones in Miami that is dog friendly. The water is shallow and calm making it perfect for dogs (“Hobie Beach – Windsurfer Beach in Key Biscayne, FL.”).

Historic Virginia Key Beach Park (4020 Virginia Beach Dr, Miami, FL 33149)

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The Historic Virginia Key Beach Park is found in the southeastern region of Virginia Key. In the park there is a large walking trail, part of it wrapping around a large open field that is equipped with soccer goals. There is a playground set provided for children and it is situated next to the Historic Dance Pavilion where there are picnic benches placed. This is in front of the Historic Concession Stand where there is live music that plays and more seating. Picnic and barbeque areas are also provided for guests (“Visit the Park.”). Visitors are able to rent out kayaks and paddleboards and they are also able to use the Historic Bath House to rinse off.

Virginia Key Beach North Point Park (3801 Rickenbacker Causeway, Miami, FL 33149)

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Virginia Key Beach North Point Park is located in the northeast section of Virginia Key. It is home to the Virginia Key Outdoor Center and the Virginia Key North Point Trails. Guests are able to go down and explore through the Mabel Miller Walking Trail. The Outdoor Center provides visitors with kayak and paddleboard rentals for different activities like lessons, yoga classes, manatee photo safaris, and sunset as well as full moon trips (“Virginia Key Outdoor Center in Key Biscayne, FL.”). People are able to explore on their own, in a group or join a guided group. Mountain bike and beach cruiser rentals are also available to those who want to explore the trails.

The North Point Trails features 19 trails with different levels of experience that are open from sunrise to sunset. The novice trails are flat with minimal elevation changes. The intermediate trails have a more moderate elevation change and incorporate bermed corners. The advanced trails are only accessible once the qualifier is passed at the beginning. After, riders will experience trails that have challenging elevation changes and bridges and incorporate rocks, sharp turns, and difficult descents (“Vkbctrails.”).

Transportation:

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The Metrobus:

The Metrobus makes six stops throughout Virginia Key through the 102 Route. These include Rickenbacker Causeway at Virginia Beach Dr., Rickenbacker Causeway at Mast Academy, Rickenbacker Causeway at Marine Stadium, Rickenbacker Causeway at #3301 MD Fishhous, Rickenbacker Causeway at Op Hobie Beach and Rickenbacker Causeway at Op Smith Pathway (“Miami Metrobus Transit.”). It is very convenient to the facility workers and students who want to travel to and from work and school. The metrobus is also a cheaper option for those who want to avoid the park fees. The bus has implemented social distancing measures and has lowered their cap on their total capacity. Face coverings are required to ride. The fares will be restored starting the first of June this year.

Car:

Cars are probably the most popular mode of transportation. Virginia Key provides visitors with designated parking areas so that they are able to easily access local facilities, parks, and the beaches. Since it is such a short drive from Miami’s most popular areas, people will opt to use a vehicle. For example, the drive from Miami Beach is less than 25 minutes, from Downtown the drive is around 12 minutes and from Brickell the drive is around 9 minutes.

Bicycle:

Bicycles are used by many people to get to and from their destinations. Designated bicycle lanes have been added to the rode to encourage more people to us bikes as a mode of transportation. It ensures their safety and is well ordered for them. Virginia Key also has several walking trails and bicycle trails that bicyclist flock to.

Food:

Whiskey Joe’s Bar & Grill ( 3301 Rickenbacker Causeway, Key Biscayne, FL 33149)

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Whiskey Joe’s Bar and Grill is a two-story restaurant that is located on the Rickenbacker Marina. It is situated in the west area of the island. It features a fusion of American and Caribbean style cuisine and highlights their seafood collection. They also point out that they are vegetarian friendly. It is open from 1:00 pm to 10:00 pm on Mondays through Thursdays, 11:00 am to 11:00 pm on Friday through Saturday and 11:00 am to 10:00 pm on Sunday (“Miami: Hours + Location: Whiskey Joe’s: Waterside Bars and Grills in Florida.”). While reservations are not required, they are ae suggested since it can get very busy. They have 3 other locations in Tampa, Port Richey, and Manatee River.

Atlantica Seafood Restaurant & Market (3501 Rickenbacker Causeway, Miami, FL 33149)

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Atlantica’s Seafood Restaurant and Market is also located on the Rickenbacker Marina situated on the west area of the island. It operates Tuesday through Sunday and puts an emphasis on the quality of the different seafood dishes it serves. The amazing smell of the food meets you before you even reach the door. The restaurant is very comforting and family oriented. Outdoor entertainment is also provided at different times. It opens at 11:00 am and usually closes at 9:00 pm on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays, 10:00 pm on Thursdays and Fridays, and 11:00 pm on Saturdays.

Beach Park Food Stalls (Old. Rickenbacker Causeway, Miami, FL 33149)

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On Hobie Island Beach there are different food stalls that are near the parking and walking area scattered down the strip. They are family owned and operated and provide visitors who are at the beach park with a delicious meal and refreshing beverage. They sell food like hot dogs, nachos, Garcia Sausages, and sandwiches and each have their own specialty items like frozen lemonade or arepas. They are very welcoming and stay stationed out there for a majority of the day.

Businesses:

Miami Water Life Tours (3301 Rickenbacker Causeway Key Biscayne, FL 33149)

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The Miami Water Life Tours offers premier rentals for Jet Skis. They provide jet ski tours of Biscayne Bay with an experienced tour guide. The tours typically last for an hour. They also rent out kayaks and paddleboards as well. They are open every day at 9:00 am and close at either 5:00 pm on the weekday and 6:00 pm on the weekend.

South Florida Boat Club (3301 Rickenbacker Causeway Key Biscayne, FL 33149)

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The South Florida Boat Club is located on the Rickenbacker Marina and provides people who join boating lessons (“Boat Club Fort Lauderdale Miami Florida.”). Members pay a certain amount per month and they are taught and led by different harbor masters. Their slogan is “Boat more and pay less.” When people sign up, they save more than if they were to buy their own boat or constantly rented out boats. It also allows them to have no worries regarding clean up, maintenance, and storage. There are a fleet of ships available and you just have to message them for more information and an open house.

Bike Parlor (3801 Rickenbacker Causeway, Miami, FL 33149)

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The Bike Parlor was stationed near the bike trails within Virginia Key Beach North Point Park. They sell different parts to the cycling community that not only enhances their experience but makes them more noticeable. The products are top quality and have a longer shelf life. Some of the items they sell are chuksgrips, gloves and socks. They are stationed near different bike trails. Their products can also be bought online and shipped to all parts of the U.S

Summary:

Entering Virginia Key from the Rickenbacker Causeway is taking you to a recreational haven. Visitors can escape the hustle and bustle and whirlwind of the main areas of Miami and enjoy and appreciate different recreational activities like, walking, biking, swimming, fishing, kayaking, and sky gazing. It is people friendly as well as eco-friendly, with the island providing trash cans and recycling bins throughout the area and promoting multiple ways of transportation that help with pollution.

Transportation is doing pretty well. Even though visitors typically come by car, the traffic flows well and allows people to get to their destination in a short amount of time. This makes traveling there and within the island less stressful. One thing that could be a bit improved is the regulation of driving through and parking around the Rickenbacker Marina area. The space is very limited and when a lot of people are trying to make their way in or out there are some bumps along the way. In addition, the restaurants, while limited in number, provide their guests with an amazing dining experience that shows off the best of Miami and Miami style cuisine.

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