The Haulover Sandbar is one of the greatest tourist attractions in South Florida!
Our sandbar provides outdoor entertainment to hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. Help us save it!get involved
If you love to meet people, enjoy boating, sunshine, and want to go to a party this is the place, especially on a weekend ......there is no better place in Miami!
Wonderful experience i have had at the sandbar. So chill and laidback all the stress melts away. The sandbar gets full, its like a small regatta, everyone is nice and are there for the same reason as you are, to enjoy the company and have a lad back afternoon of nothing but an easygoing mind, water fun and sun kissed skin.
If you have never been to the sand bar, it is quite the sight to see. Locals and tourists alike tie up their boats in a shallow portion of the ocean and party all day and night. There are even floating food trucks. It is a true party on the water done with the obvious South Florida flair and feel.
I've been going to the Haulover Sandbar since I was a little girl and my oh my has it grown since then. HUNDREDS of boats anchor here to enjoy the gorgeous Miami weather and water.
Tag us (#savethesandbar) in Instagram with your photos/videos/memories on the sandbar. We'll share your content here. Help us show the City Council that this beach is part of our lives!
There are power in numbers. Click here to sign the petition and let the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers know they cannot have our sand bar!
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The sand is being dredged from the Haulover sandbar, destroying the sandbar, and moved to Bel Harbor Beach in front of the Ritz Carlton and similar wealthy areas. Many local residents’ employment is dependent upon servicing tourists and their visits to the sand bar. The destruction of the sandbar could have a material impact not only on tourism and economic impact, property values in the nearby Key of Biscayne properties that utilize the sandbar, but also on the environment as no environmental impact studies have been conducted on what will happen when the sandbar is destroyed. Help us let the Miami/Dade Board of County Commissioners know this is not acceptable!