2400 S Bayshore Drive, Miami, FL, 33133
Phone: (305) 416-1318
David Kennedy Park is located in Coconut Grove, right on the water with a view of the open bay. Amenities include a free outdoor gym, a running path on an outdoor track, a dog park, beach volleyball and a kid’s area. There are wooden docks open to the public to hangout on, with a view of the bay and a great breeze.
7900 SW 40th Street, Miami, FL, 33155
Phone: (305) 226-8316
Tropical Park, developed on the site of a former horse track in 1979, attracts approximately 1,500,000 visitors annually. Visitors can enjoy bicycling, walking or running on the miles of paved pathways. Visitors can shape up on our fitness court or at our boxing center.
Entrance 1: 501 Brickell Avenue, Miami, FL, 33131
Entrance 2: 805 Claughton Island Drive, Miami, FL, 33131
Phone: (305) 416-1361
The Brickell Key Park is located at 805 Claughton Island Drive within the downtown Miami area. It is just outside the lavish Mandarin Oriental hotel that provides you with breathtaking views of the Port of Miami, Biscayne Bay, and also Key Biscayne. The park offers its visitors with perfect environment for relaxing, exercising, and enjoying sunrise or sunset within the grassy area. Other facilities include well maintained sidewalks for having a good walk or running either in the morning or evening, benches, playground, friendly neighbors.
2845 Brickell Avenue, Miami, FL, 33129
Phone: (305) 856-6794
This park on the bay, with a view of the city skyline, is a small open green area popular with bikers, runners and picnickers for the free parking, amazing view, and laid-back atmosphere. This neighborhood park isn’t as bustling with activity as some of the bigger ones, but it still has amenities aplenty: two basketball courts (with an ocean view) and a small outdoor gym.
1745 N Bayshore Drive, Miami, FL, 33132
Phone: (305) 860-3823
This eight-acre waterfront park is beautiful, spacious, lively, and welcoming. Located at 1745 North Bayshore Drive, (adjacent to the Doubletree Grand Hotel on the Bay between 17th and 19th Streets), it's sure to become a hot-spot for active Miamians, and for those who like to stroll along and enjoy a picture-perfect day by Biscayne Bay.
1800 SW 21st Avenue, Miami, FL, 33145
Phone: (305) 859-2702
Take a splash year round or enjoy a great game in one of Shenandoah Park’s baseball, softball, football, or soccer fields. This park also offers basketball, tennis, racquetball, and a playground for kids of all ages. Located on 1800 SW 21st AVENUE, Shenandoah Park offers something for everyone in the family.
750 NE 55th Terrace, Miami, FL, 33137
Phone: (305) 795-1834
Located by the bay, Morningside Park offers kayak/ paddle board rentals and guided tours that give a different perspective to Biscayne Bay. Bring the family and enjoy an afternoon in one of the many picnic islands available.
3401 SW 72nd Avenue, Miami, FL, 33155
Phone: (305) 666-5883
A.D. Barnes Park is a 65-acre park nestled in the heart of one of Miami's busiest areas. The park is dedicated to and named after the first Director of the Parks and Recreation Department, who strongly believed recreation was important to the lives of every citizen in Miami-Dade County. Since its opening in 1977, the park has integrated activities that serve people with disabilities into its programming.
301 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL, 33131
Phone: (305) 358-7750
Bayfront Park's 32 acres of lush greenery includes a small sand beach, tropical rock garden and waterfall (dating back to 1926), playground, fountain, Light Tower, and many different monuments**. The park recently underwent a renovation of its baywalk. The baywalk runs along the edge of Biscayne Bay, throughout the park, and continues to Bayside Marketplace. Renovations include tree plantings, benches, removable chairs, bike racks, trash containers, pavers, and a re-working of a portion of the irrigation system. The renovations were intended to soften the edges of the park and create a more pedestrian friendly environment.
3485 Main Hwy, Miami, FL, 33133
Phone: (305) 442-6866
The Barnacle, built in 1891, offers a glimpse of frontier life during The Era of the Bay, when all travel to and from Miami was by boat. Left in its natural state, The Barnacle Historic State Park appears much as it did in Munroe's day, complete with replicas of two of his sailboats: Egret, a 28-foot (8.5m) sharpie ketch, designed in 1886, and the Flying Proa, designed in 1898. It is a great place to enjoy simple pleasures: A tour with new or old friends; a picnic on the lawn; walking with the family dog down a tree-lined path; or just rocking in a chair on the spacious front porch and watching the sailboats go by.
11395 SW 79th Street, Miami, FL, 33173
Phone: (305) 596-9324
The Indian Hammocks Action Sports Plaza is a 14,000 square foot out door concrete plaza. Inspired by iconic skateboarding meccas such as Love Park in Philadelphia and the Embarcadero in San Francisco. The plaza not only recreates the types of features skaters are already riding “in the streets” with several different sized rail, stairs, launch ramp and hubba combinations but also features a few of classic skate park features like the bank ramp, vert wall and a new rendition of the mini ramp. The park is well lit for night sessions and is open 365 days a year, weather permitting. Skateboards, inline skates, BMX and scooters are all permitted.
2820 McFarland Road, Miami, FL, 33133
Phone: (305) 442-0375 or (305) 575-5256
Peacock Park is a popular park for kickball and softball teams and has a field for these activities with open bay views. The park is located in Coconut Grove, walking distance from the bars, shops and restaurants of the area. Right next door, you'll find the Coconut Grove Sailing Club. Mostly, this is a park for playing the aforementioned games, walking and taking in the view or using the new outdoor playground. This public bayfront park honors Charles and Isabella Peacock, who built Miami's first hotel, the Bayview House (later called the Peacock Inn), here in 1883. The first black community on the South Florida mainland began here in the late 1870s when Blacks primarily from the Bahamas came via Key West to work at the Peacock Inn. Their first-hand experience with tropical plants, agriculture and building materials proved invaluable to the development of Coconut Grove.
1550 NW 37th Avenue, Miami, FL, 33125
Phone: (305) 960-2950
The only water park within the City of Miami, offering four pools, two slide pools, one for toddlers, one for older children and adults, a recreation pool and a lazy river, all ages can come and cool off in the summer months. Located conveniently off the 836, Grapeland Water Park offers easy access from anywhere in Miami Dade County. Open March thru October, families can visit to splash around, come for the Dive-In Movies, or book a party to celebrate a birthday or graduation.
7850 SW 142 Avenue, Miami, FL, 33183
Phone: (305) 385-4750
Kids will enjoy fun, fully-supervised program with activities focused on fitness, nutrition and wellness, and developing their appreciation of nature, science and the cultural arts.
351 SW 4th Street, Miami, FL, 33130
Phone: (305) 575-2103
Jose Marti Park, on the Miami River, hosts a variety of activities for the community member. Facilities include a gym, a pool, after school activities, indoor and outdoor basketball courts. The park neighbors I-95. Jose Marti Park is a great spot to watch the boats passing on the River.
10205 W Flagler Street, Miami, FL, 33172
Phone: (305) 480-1717
This 15-acre lakeside park offers a walking path to visitors, the Leona Ferguson Cooper playground for children, the Roxcy O' Neal Bolton Women's History Gallery with displays on prominent women in history, a picnic pavilion and the newly completed Gates and Fences Project by Miami artist Lydia Rubio. The Gates and Fences Project, completed in partnership with Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs' Arts and Public Places program, exemplifies the strength and power of women and recognizes their contributions in making our community a better place to live.
4301 South Le Jeune Road, Miami, FL, 33133
Phone: (305) 416-1300
This park is a hidden gem in Coral Gables and has a magical quality to it especially at night. It has a great playground and huge trees to sit under. Also a great place to play freesbie.
5855 SW 111th Street, Miami, FL, 33156
Phone: (305) 669-6942
Pinecrest Gardens, South Florida's Cultural Arts Park, features over 1,000 varieties of rare and exotic tropical plants and palm trees in a native tropical hardwood and cypress setting. Our dramatic landscape enhanced with natural streams, sinkholes, caves and fissures provide a breathtaking backdrop to the historically designated structures and buildings.
1415 SW 32nd Avenue, Miami, FL, 33145
Phone: (305) 960-5130
Bring your family and friends and join us for a fun-filled day at Coral Gate Park. Enjoy a game of baseball, softball, basketball, or tennis at this neighborhood recreational facility. Coral gate Parks offers amenities for all ages.
17535 SW 95th Avenue, Miami, FL, 33157
Phone: (305) 251-2751 or (305) 259-1234
The new Palmetto Bay Park features expansive greenspace, basketball courts, the largest Boundless Playgrounds in South Florida, and a six-field, state-of-the-art softball complex; Palmetto Bay Park is truly a multi-recreational facility. The focal point of the park is a two-story concession building and observation deck. The park also houses an air-conditioned recreation room that allows for indoor recreation activities and meetings. A meandering tree-shaded pathway for walkers, joggers, and bicyclists surrounds the entire property. Covered picnic pavilions within the large open green spaces are a haven for family gatherings and party rentals.
55 SW 17th Road, Miami, FL, 33129
Phone: (305) 856-6801 or (305) 859-2867
Simpson Park is a 7.8-acre oasis of tropical hardwood hammock biodiversity in the land of concrete and hectic rush hour traffic called Miami. This City of Miami Park is one of a few small fragments that remain of Brickell Hammock, once the largest most diverse hammock in South Florida. This hammock is a dense forest that grows on a natural elevation of a few inches to a few feet. The canopy of this hammock serves as shelter to many of the native fauna. Also fifteen endangered and nine threatened plant species are present in this forest.
2755 SW 97 Avenue, Miami, FL, 33133
Phone: (305) 442-0374 or (305) 461-6805
Douglas Park offers amenities for families and the sports enthusiast. Outdoor fitness equipment is available free of charge for residents and visitors. This park also has baseball, softball, and football fields; basketball and tennis courts, and a playground for the little ones. Douglas Park offers many facilities for family parties or other occasions.
1717 NW 5th Avenue, Miami, FL, 33136
Phone: (305) 573-9553
A great place for the little ones to jump, slide and enjoy the day, Williams Park has many facilities for residents and visitors to enjoy including a baseball field, softball field, football field, soccer field, basketball court, pool and playground.
801 SW 15th Avenue, Miami, FL, 33135
Phone: (305) 285-1684
Maximo Gomez Park also known as “Domino Park” is the ideal gathering place in Little Havana for domino and chess enthusiasts. Meet other game lovers, take up a challenge and try your skills in one of Little Havana’s iconic landmarks. There is a mural that was painted by Oscar Thomas, a Dominican artist.
Entrance 1: 3070 Virginia Street, Miami, FL, 33133
Entrance 2: 3045 Shipping Avenue, Miami, FL, 33133
Phone: (305) 859-2705
Small tree-lined dog park with a fenced area for off-leash activities, shaded seats & cleanup bags.
1200 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, FL, 33139
Phone: (305) 673-7750
Flamingo Park, right in the heart of South Beach, holds an Aquatic Center, baseball stadium, basketball court, hand and racquetball court, soccer, softball and tennis center, a tot playground, running track and a football field in a 36.53 piece of land.