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1. The Barnacle Historic State Park

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679 reviews
The Barnacle Historic State Park
Location
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Surroundings
5
Services
5
Facilities
5

Address: 3485 Main Hwy, Miami, FL 33133

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (305) 442-6866

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Review: "Great hidden park, beautiful walk through nice forest, ocean view"

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David Zohar: A hidden gem? I think so😀 We were looking for a nice place just to relax and find Some peace and quiet from the busy streets of Coconut Grove on a Sunday afternoon. Bingo! This park may be small but it’s absolutely full of amazing features. The grass is super soft and fresh the views of the water brings in fresh air and beautiful sunlight. Volunteers who stand in front are always nice and sweet.
Response: Hi, David! You hit the nail on the head. Thanks for the thoughtful, revealing review! Hope you come back for a little more "Barnacle."

Jenen Tan: It's a small park with walking/biking trail, restrooms and historic house. Admission is $2 per person and the park closes at 5 PM. Most of the trail is shaded by trees so it's good to take an afternoon stroll here. You can learn about the plants, the pioneer, and the history of Coconut Grove here. You'll need to sign up for the guided tours if you want to see the inside of the house.
Response: Jenen--thanks for sharing your experience of the Barnacle. Hope you visit often!

Tool Man: For what it is… and for a minimum $2 per person donation for a self-guided tour (not including the $3 per person guided tour inside the house), this park provides a nice getaway from the populated commercialism of Coconut Grove. It is well worth it for the pleasant, self-paced walk back in time…
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Rex: We took the tour of the house with the nicest lady named Ami today. She knew so may details of the family, the development of the property, even to the history of the builders. If you are visiting go by the park office next to the house and inquire about a guided tour, we've been two other times but never took the tour. We were all so pleased we did today the house was incredible!

Joel Franco: This little state park is filled with history! It’s great to come relax and enjoy views of Biscayne Bay from the oldest house in Miami-Dade but it’s ESPECIALLY great for history buffs. Come learn all about the early days of Coconut Grove and the home’s original owner Commodore Ralph Munroe. I highly recommend getting the $3 tour of the inside of the house. There’s two floors & everything inside is as it originally was back in the late 1800s and 1900s. Btw the only way inside is with a tour guide. Fun fact: you’ll hear about the commodore’s first wife Eva Munroe. Her grave site is nearby! Go visit after. It’s located beside the library across Peacock Park. It’s also the oldest marked gravesite in the county.

Teresa Chavira: Place is very beautiful. Exactly what you imagine Miami being like especially if it's your first time there. Wish the historical house had longer tour hours. When we went, the tours had ended at 2pm. Other than that, we just did a self guided tour and read up a bit. Location is wonderful and restrooms are clean@

Odalys Sage: What an awesome time! We learned so much about the history of Miami and the Monroe family! Get ready to step back in time!
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Brandon F. Rodriguez: I visited here on a Sunday afternoon. The Barnacle is a beautiful historic home with lots to appreciate. I did a small house tour with Jim and it was very informative and interesting. The house is kept very well and Jim had lots to share and was happy to answer any questions. Definitely recommend visiting the house and the grounds to relax, and definitely recommend doing a guide with Jim, he's awesome.

lee lawrence: First time there, and I've in Florida since 1978. Beautiful place. I missed doing the house tour. All in all relax walk path, nice people and very tranquil for picnics any events.
Response: Lee--Thanks for taking the time to comment on your experience. There are so many Floridians who don't know The Barnacle. Please spread the word!

Adrian Lodders: $2 entry per adult. Can pay in cash or QR code via your phone.
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2. Oleta River State Park

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Oleta River State Park
Location
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Surroundings
5
Services
5
Facilities
5

Address: 3400 NE 163rd St, North Miami Beach, FL 33160

Telephone: (305) 919-1846

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Review: "Awssome park nature and park"

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Pedro Mata: Great Florida State Park in the middle of civilization. Great for kayaking and mountain biking. It also has a beach area, trails, pavilions, views of the bay, and even several small log cabins. Has ample parking and clean restroom facilities. Nice place for us city folk to get away without going away.

Lenrock: Great park, reasonably priced rentals and an amazing staff. $45 for a tandem kayak and $5 per half hour thereafter. All of the life jackets were brand new and fit well. Oars and boats were also in great condition. Get the kayak and go to the Sandbar its definitely fun to do. Pro Tip: on top of sun screen and water I would highly recommend some insect repellent. The skeeters out there are super aggressive and very hungry, especially if you are as delicious as I am.

elad rothschild: We just love this place! perfect for kayaking, sup etc. Going around with the bicycle (you can also rent there). Bbq, picnic... and of course the white sand beach. a little crowded on weekends and holidays, especially if you plan on a BBQ place. super nice people come here. they charge 6 $ for a car.

Tiana Renee: Love the falcons I meant hawks I believe lol that roam freely here and cats! Very peaceful quiet a lot of nature paths bear by beautiful place where you can sit on the rocks to either photograph or spot lots and lots of Lizards! Little pond area for swimming as well and lake area I'm assuming is for fishing and boating cool place overall great place to sit and watch the sunset!

Hunter Masi: Very well maintained State Park! It has beautiful views and it’s nice to get some peace and quiet once in a while especially in Miami. I’m not much of a nature person but the views alone make it worth a visit!

S D: Went for a camping trip with a large group of over 70 people. There was only one working bathroom that did not lock and did not have lights. The worst part where the no-see-um insects. We could not sleep the whole night. The next day the bug bites were so bad many of the kids could not go to school. Seems like they do not spray the campgrounds and it is sitting in a swampy area. I definitely will not go camping here again.

Maggie G: We had one of the most beautiful experience of kayaking ever. The site is amazing. And even though they were missing a few employees, the staff in place was efficient, friendly and helpful. We'll go back for sure !

Sophia Restrepo: I have been going to this park for many years... It's always a great time. Wish the kayaking experiences were a bit more affordable, but other than that, it's so nice to have access to the park and to be able to explore!

Bethany Schwerstein: Booked 2 nights, but could only stay 1 due to the awful bed in the cabin. I understand the idea of “rustic” but the bed was MAYBE 10 inches thick & sunk in the middle so we would constantly fall into it and anytime either of us would move, the bed would creak SO loud that it would wake the other up. We didn’t sleep AT ALL & had body aches all the next day. If you’re planning to stay at this park in the cabins, make sure you bring a memory foam topper or your own inflatable mattress. Pretty pathetic they can’t get a better bed in there. We decided to lose the $75 we paid for the extra night so we could go home to a decent bed.

Kim Kravitz: Beautiful well conserved park where you can enjoy a wonderful day with family. You can take your kayak or rent. We had an Amazing time where we even encounter wild dolphins. Will be back for sure.

3. Castellow Hammock Preserve & Nature Center

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Castellow Hammock Preserve & Nature Center
Location
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Surroundings
5
Services
5
Facilities
5

Address: 22301 SW 162nd Ave, Miami, FL 33170

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (305) 242-7688

Guy: Park


Review: "Beautiful natural park!"

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Elietty Devesa: This park is very adorable. They have lots of butterfly awareness. It's a very small park and barely anyone comes. It has a trail as well but it's like a jungle so I'm not gonna lie I got a little scared when I got to the middle I didn't know where to go so keep that in mind if you wanna go on the trail. This is one of my favorite parks now, it's very peaceful and cute surrounded by nature. Only thing Is that there's no playground so some kids might be bored here.

Jetlife_777: This is a nature preserve that has a unpaved trail through the preserve. You have to watch your step and bring bug repellent as well. I really loved the fact that its not crowded with people, so most of the time you'll have the preserve to yourself.

Annalliam Flores: Beautiful nature walk. Bring sneakers, lots of coral, debris and logs to walk over. Lots of butterflies and birds. Benches to sit and enjoy. Clean bathrooms, water fountain. Please remember pick up after visiting

Michael G Wallace: We will be going back on a day that is not raining... but this place was AMAZING even in the rain (caution, you will get muddy). Plus as it was raining no butterflies or hummingbirds were present. Again, still a beautiful place to go and walk to feel like you are in a different world!

Jonathan Perdomo: This place is amazing! I can’t believe I never knew about this trail. It’s a really fun hiking trail.

Waldo Lavaut: A hidden gem in Homestead area. The trail is not paved, but there’s plenty of signs on the trail so unless you go at dark, you shouldn’t get lost. It’s great and fun for kids and adults as well. It would perfect if it would make a circle instead of having to return the same way.

Luis Riverol: Love this park! Great place to escape the chaos without having to drive too far.

Brad Sriro Real Estate Advisor - eXp Realty Miami: Excellent secluded park if you want to get away from the hustle & bustle to enjoy nature for a little. The park is located in Redlands in Southwest Miami-Dade County. As you walk through the park, you will see lots of butterflies and hear lots of birds chirping. The park has a self-guided nature trail that takes you through the many native trees of this 112-acre open space. Be careful on the trail though because it is easy to get lost if you wander off of the path. I would recommend walking it with a partner. At the welcome center, there are some nice displays and you can learn about the history of the park. There is usually a park employee on site during business hours as well. If you like to take pictures, you will find a lot of cool stuff to capture! There is no entrance fee and it also has restrooms onsite. Overall, just a nice place to take in the sights & sounds while enjoying nature.

Leticia Vega: This is a beautiful place to visit. There is a parking lot with plenty of spaces. The park has a nice, well marked trail through a natural Hammock. Flush toilet are located at the start of the trail. The trail is very shady and does not have much of a slope. However, many roots and sharp limestone rocks poke up through the trail, so wear hiking shoes or sneakers and watch your step! The trail is great for kids but I would not bring person that is not sure-footed. The trail is not long but the tree roots and stones make it seem longer. We went with two teenagers and they had a great time. We did not have any issues with mosquitoes or bugs on the trail but we did see several spiders. The trail is 1 person wide for much of the time. We will definitely visit this gem again.

Jip van Kakerken: Cool, but be aware that it's rather short. (0.5 miles). Like 30 - 45 minutes total.

4. West Islands Nature Park

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6 reviews
West Islands Nature Park
Location
4.9
Possibility of Parking
4.8
Surroundings
4.8
Services
4.8
Facilities
4.8

Address: Biscayne Bay, Miami, FL 33133

Schedule: Open 24 hours

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Review: "Really nice park for anyone and great water activities."

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Atthaporn Pansumdaeng (Immi): It's super close to Coconut Grove.

Henry Saelzer: Beautiful small island to stop for a bbq, sunset watching. Nice dock and a few tables, chairs in picnic areas.

Dahlia Porter: Really nice park for anyone and great water activities. Great viewing of marine life and birds. It was a fun day.

David Wilson: Nice park, off the path.

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5. Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park

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Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park
Location
4.6
Possibility of Parking
4.7
Surroundings
4.6
Services
4.6
Facilities
4.6

Address: 1200 Crandon Blvd, Key Biscayne, FL 33149

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (786) 582-2673

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Review: "Beautiful park with nature trails."

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Gary Meech: We weren't able to walk all the paths but for the little we were able to see and do, it is well worth a 2 dollar per pedestrian entry. Beaches here are some of the best in this area! The old light house is well taken care of and the light house cafe was small but friendly with some basic lunch fare such as sandwiches and salads. The black bean soup is my recommendation.

Maria Andrews: This state park has a very nice beach that’s perfect for small kids, as it’s fairly shallow. Gorgeous views from the fishing side of the park. It has picnic areas, a fishing pier, and even a birding trail. Be warned, April-October, large amounts of sargassum seaweed make it to the shore and can be a bit stinky when it decomposes. As of June 2022, it’s $8 per car for entry.

Esther F.: Nice and peaceful park. They have bike rentals at the parking lot, including the fun surrey/quad bikes for the family. No lack of walking and nature trails, tons of iguanas, historic lighthouse, and plenty of picnic space. The beach is super nice as well. Would recommend bringing cash as the bike place doesn't accept cards and sometimes the machine in the park entry booths doesn't work as well. Great for families and couples

Ilse Orsel: Beautiful park, close to Miami. You can enjoy walking or cycling here. Bicycles can be rented in the park. The beaches are beautiful. On the beach you can rent sunbeds and umbrellas for a relatively low price. It is cheaper here than on the other beaches near Miami. The beach is flanked by an iconic lighthouse.

Cale O'Day: The park is really quite pretty, but we were clearly not the only people that seemed to think that. There were so many other people there. But most of them were congregated in the west beach, so if you leave there it can be very nice

Janeth Betancourth: Awesome!! Best beaches in a regional park. Showers and restrooms. Parking. There's also a Café and a pretty good restaurant. And climbing the 110 stairs up to the top of the lighthouse: Priceless!

Jennifer Groff: This park was fun to walk all around on the pathways and trails. Loved all the history and learning about why it was named after someone who was a WWII Veteran and a local man from the area. The lighthouse area was very cool as well even on a day when no tours are available to do. No tours on Tuesday and Wednesday.

K K: such a great park. several different bike trails and walking paths. love the pavilions and beach access. bike rentals are also available. the lighthouse tour is a must if you get the chance. alot of history to take in. a few restaurants inside the park are also very nice. great fishing too. either from the piers or the walls. if you are lucky you may even see a manatee. it's a great place to pack a backpack and spend the day.

Avijit Nayek: Great place to enjoy nature. You take a bath in the ocean, enjoy natural beauty. Here you can get bike rentals too. There are some great eating options. We enjoyed sun set from here.

Jen: Loved this park where it is located near Miami. Enjoyed the day walking around and exploring for the first time and the price for entrance for one person was only $4. Loved all the history and learning why it is called after a man who was a WWII Veteran. He was also a local man from the area to make sure the land was preserved instead turned into more condominiums.

6. Simpson Park

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219 reviews
Simpson Park
Location
4.5
Possibility of Parking
4.5
Surroundings
4.6
Services
4.5
Facilities
4.5

Address: 5, SW 17th Rd, Miami, FL 33129

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (305) 859-2867

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Review: "Wow never expected to find this nature park in the middle of downtown."

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Michael Jimenez: Wow never expected to find this nature park in the middle of downtown. It's beautiful. Small but very relaxing. Has a few trails that lead to a nice clean pond. There's also a visitor center but unfortunately it was closed. Didn't see any wildlife other than the koi fish in the pond. But either way it's a nice place to take a walk and breathe in the fresh air from the tall trees.

Eric Bellins: Amazing 😉 nature park. So peaceful and relaxing 😎 not busy ever. The park is all shade. They close early so u want to get there before 4pm. They have restrooms 🚽 and staff always on site. There’s two entrances at this park. One ☝️ off the road and another in front of nature center.

Luis Gonzalez: Beautiful enclosed park but the hours are horrible its less than working hours for normal people. To go there you need to have a day off from work.

Michael Foster: I loved this park so much when I lived in Miami. Wonderful peaceful beautiful trails right in Brickell. Can't recommend enough.

Aiby P. Florez: Beautiful place to connect to nature and disconnect from the noise and movement of the city🍃🦊🏵🌳

Jorge Sarduy: Nice walk, what happen to. All the big Koi fish?

Alfredo Radesca: It's a very nice walk in the middle of the city. Hot and humid. A mix of forest and jungle. Free parking, Free access, Free Mosquitoes. Good to go.

Herrscher_of_F2p: The place was nice and we saw a fox,but it's so humid that I always had to use ahand fan. I also felt like I was suffocating.

Alexandra Hirschhofer: It is very nice little park .feels like you walking through woods . very nice pathway and pond and rest area. Its great when you want some peace and quiet!

Pedro Manzanillo: Beautiful park, nice history that I did not know about Miami, and the most important the trees, smell nice like been in a jungle. I love it. I took my seniors class for a field trip, and they love it, specially the employees they are very friendly and knowledgeable.

7. FIU Nature Preserve

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138 reviews
FIU Nature Preserve
Location
4.6
Possibility of Parking
4.5
Surroundings
4.5
Services
4.5
Facilities
4.5

Address: 11200 SW 8th St, Miami, FL 33199

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: (305) 348-3717

Guy: Nature preserve


Review: "... beautiful place to come and observe and be in touch with nature"

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Xander Morales: Small and found a student getti g his drink on. Should have a guard with so many female art students painting plants and some guy drinking on the other side kind of dangerous just saying iam a father . Becareful

Tamara Stone: A lovely very short path in the middle of the FIU campus. A nice stop if in the area. Not worth any travel time to make a special trip. Pay parking available next to park entrance.

Sirajuddin Abdul Rahiman: It's a small place. Can finish it in 15 to 20 mons.

Mario Moran: A must-see beautiful place to come and observe and be in touch with nature

Estefania: I love this trail, it’s so peaceful, and there is such a grand variety of plants and trees. FIU it’s time for you to replace the rubber trail for a new rubber trail.

FACTMAN FACTMAN: Great place. Really have in a calming state of mind and exercising seems so heavenly... sorry that I couldn't get any pics.

Ali mahdavi mazdeh: It is a very beautiful place. To walk around and feel the nature

Ronaldo Huggins: The walk through here is absolutely amazing. Whether you're alone or with friends this is such a peaceful place to take a stroll. There are a high assortment of plants, trees and wildlife (not dangerous) throughout the preserve as well.

Roy Rodriguez: It's really small, nothing really special. The track around it is great to run since you got a nice lake and a few outside workout equipment. The preserve itself has one table if i'm not mistaken, but other than it's pretty uneventful.

China T: The location is tranquil and there are some exercise bars and such. The preserve was once beautiful and large taking about 30 to 40 minute walk, but now FIU took half the preserve, drained the beautiful pond to make way for a foot ball training field. It is not the same anymore. Such a grand place cut in half.

8. Thousand Hills Trail Head

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20 reviews
Thousand Hills Trail Head
Location
3.1
Possibility of Parking
3.2
Surroundings
3.1
Services
3.1
Facilities
3.1

Address: 40°11'13. 92°38'55., 5 State Hwy 9, Miami, FL 33135

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM

Telephone: (660) 665-7119

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Christina Crowell: This trail is beautiful and very peaceful. My husband and I, and our dog, are traveling through town from Austin and we needed some nature in our day, so we found this place and we are so very happy with it!! It is beautiful!! The only thing we didn’t prepare for was the ticks...we didn’t have any bug spray or repellent, so we had a tick-picking session with our dog after the hike to the one mike marker and back. So, bring some Off or other type of repellent!!😬After the hike, we went to the Thousand Hills restaurant and it was amazing!! So happy we spent our day here!! We can’t wait to come back to camp! If you like to hammock, the campsites have absolutely perfect places to hang from!! 😃😁✌🏼Enjoy!!

Erik Roehrdanz: This trail is not in Brownsville. I live in brownsville and the only thing where this pin is dropped is homeless encampments… get it together google! Smh 🤦‍♂️

John Pruett: There is a huge beautiful lake with lots of good places to look at it. I liked the drive off the main road that takes you eventually down to the lake. It is one way and there are picnic tables spaced down the road so people are not all bunch up together.

Deborah Heck: Trail was beautiful buy most tick infested trail we've ever hiked. With bug spray, we came balm after an 8 Mile hike covered with hundreds of ticks.

Jeremy B: Excellent bike/hike trail.

a j: Looks awesome......................IT NOT IN FLORIDA let alone in MIAMI

Johnny “jspeed”: Warning this place is not Miami FL. Google displays this when you search for “hiking trails near Miami, FL”.

Ewen Mackenzie: This does not make sense, in Florida it is next to the highway. Please remove

Taylor Watson: A tough trail with steep inclines, rough paths and boggy areas. But the views are totally worth it.

Billy jo Loomis: This needs to be updated as it is NOT in Florida

9. David T. Kennedy Park

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2064 reviews
David T. Kennedy Park
Location
4.6
Possibility of Parking
4.6
Surroundings
4.7
Services
4.6
Facilities
4.6

Address: 2400 S Bayshore Dr, Miami, FL 33133

Telephone: (305) 416-1133

Guy: Park


Review: "One of my favorite parks"

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Claudia Santamaria: I just started going to Kennedy park every week to the volleyball courts 🏐 and I love that is so close to the water, the view in the deck is so beautiful 😍 There’s always parking available in the early afternoon, and their trail is short but cute! From 11am-5pm enjoy a frozen lemonade from the truck in the parking lot 🍋

Christina Cheng: Great park to go for a walk or a jog. Has a nice view of the water from the bridge. There’s also a playground for kids, outdoor gym and exercise stations, 3 beach volleyball courts and a dog park. Plenty of picnic tables and benches for people to use. There’s also a frozen lemonade truck at the parking lot. The only down side is parking is hard to come by on weekends. There is a second parking lot near the sailing club though.

Maafin Paafin: Another great park in Miami. One of the best running paths in Miami. I liked the volleyball group and exercise facility. There is a nice Bay view from the watching deck. You can also bring your dog- your dog can play on the dedicated dog play zone.

David Behbahani: Convenient park with a small dog park attached. Nice place to walk, bike, or ride through as the route is mostly turf so it's nice and soft on joints. Clean place.

Hector Alejandro Perez Quintana: Great for walking your dog, running, meditation, calisthenics workout, sun bathing, beach volleyball, all outdoors and pure fresh air right next to the see

Kel Ruiz: My dog ​​loves this site. Excellent park where your pet will be very happy

Joel Franco: Cool little park in historic Coconut Grove with benches for a meal. Boardwalk views of the water and mangroves are relaxing. There’s also a dog park, playground, volleyball court and several workout equipment throughout.

Jessica M Perigault Rios: Great for work out, nature's therapy, and relaxing. Love this Park

Jacqueline Telljohann: This is a nice little park along the bay. It's not super big, but it's really pretty to walk along the boardwalk on the bay. We were there for sunset and it was a good place to see it. Unlike many places in Miami, it has a free parking lot. It's not big, but that was a nice surprise. It's a nice place to visit.

Burak Öztürk: A wonderful quiet place. And there are a lot of squirrels, if you come here you should definitely bring food for them.

10. El Portal Nature Trail

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48 reviews
El Portal Nature Trail
Location
4.4
Possibility of Parking
4.3
Surroundings
4.3
Services
4.3
Facilities
4.3

Address: 8650 NW 2nd Ave, El Portal, FL 33150

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7AM

Telephone: (305) 795-7880

Guy: Nature preserve


Review: "Relaxing nature trail."

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Alma Barberena: Since we moved to this neighborhood walking towards the nature trail is my favorite. Having a nature trail to enjoy in the neighborhood is also great. We walk our dog there and also do our morning exercise routines at the trail.

Steve P: Nice little trail, but also a shortcut as well. Nicely shaded and usually quiet and relaxing stroll. A lot of dog walkers frequent this path too.

Raymond Whitted: The trail is about 500 ft long with some benches but no beautiful plants ir great trees. Not really long enough for exercise

William van Tubbs: Short little green walk in El Portal. Always enjoy walking the dog there.

Jacqueline Boisson: Nice, quiet, hidden. Relaxing nature trail.

Roberto Guardado: Amazing place to exercise

Nando San: El portal PD harass you all the time.

Kimberly Corvison- Duque Maldonado: Cute

Janet Smith: Quite and safe

Eduardo Hernandez: Nice area.

11. Munroe Park

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28 reviews
Munroe Park
Location
4.7
Possibility of Parking
4.8
Surroundings
4.7
Services
4.7
Facilities
4.7

Address: 3101 Florida Ave, Miami, FL 33133

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Mario Moran: One of the better state parks of South Florida very historical great walking paths they do concerts every so often free to the public so if you want to have a picnic concerts a good place to go many exotic trees and plants that you can look at

LaReina Singletary: beautiful park close to my houses

Scott Keever: Park is very clean. Here you will find various facilities for tennis, baseball, basketball, a playground, spray pool and paths for walking, biking or running. Enjoyed my visit.

Noel McMillin: Lots of nice shade

Juan Restrepo: Nice place the water just smells a little bit.

Irene: I like going to historical places in miami and you get beutiful views as well

Jaurez Guillermo Naranjo Gonzalez: Nice park

lienz polycarpe: Awesome park

Juan F Mestre: Amazing

Nicolas Lecat: It's a park...

12. Margaret Pace Park

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Margaret Pace Park
Location
4.6
Possibility of Parking
4.6
Surroundings
4.7
Services
4.6
Facilities
4.6

Address: 1745 N Bayshore Dr, Miami, FL 33132

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7AM

Telephone: (305) 533-3552

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Review: "One of my favorite parks"

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NeKesha A.: The Prymus Angels Cheerleaders and I did the 2021 International Coastal Clean-up Community Service Event at Margaret Pace Park! The staff was amazing. The event was well organized and ran quite smoothly!

Marnie Collins: This is a great spot to walk along the Bay. The dog park is here. There's a cute cafe across the street. Nice urban artwork installations.

Martin Vanta: Nice place that can be used for sports, walking or relaxation. It offers beautiful views of Biscayne Bay.

Josh D'Alemberte: Volleyfest was amazing! We really need a third court there!There are 2 nice beach volleyball courts there and friendly players!

Kat L: This park is a gem. I took a stretch class there on Friday at 4:30pm and really loved it! Great workout with a beautiful view!

Hanan M'barki: One of my favorite Parks in miami. It is located over the bay and do offer some great activities around such a basketball court, tennis courts, playground for kids, dog park. It is also a great area for work out or running as well for picnic.

Chad Knapp: Beautiful park right on Biscayne Bay. Fun to watch the hub of activities on the water and in the park!

Brian: I come to this place often and love energy in this area. Everyone is out there living their best life. It makes you want to do the same. They have a nice dog park where I take my Jack Russell all the time. I can join the yogis they always seem welcoming. I can kick butt at the volleyball court or bball court. The calisthenics area is like a gymnasium. Endless possibilities here. Time to soak up that sun and go hit some dips 😎💪🏽

Knight: Fantastic park. Always a lot of people. great energy. Great views of the bay. I personally use the body-weight free gym they have there. It's a very high-quality body-weight free gym. I love that the city put this here!

Manuel Hernandez (Manny): A good albeit small park to walk at a leisurely pace, jog, play tennis, play beach volleyball, or simply sit down and contemplate the bay.

13. Marjory Stoneman Douglas Biscayne Nature Center

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Marjory Stoneman Douglas Biscayne Nature Center
Location
4.7
Possibility of Parking
4.6
Surroundings
4.6
Services
4.6
Facilities
4.6

Address: 6767 Crandon Blvd, Key Biscayne, FL 33149

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (305) 361-6767

Guy: Non-profit organization


Review: "Nice park to enjoy nature and beach."

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Awalkadaywithjp “TossAnotherOne”: I love the entrance to the nature center so peaceful, the shell floor and the rock chairs are such a vibe! the bear cute nature trail is such a morning ritual! Love it!

Andrea Coach: Excellent location to visit and learn hands-on about nature and how to protect it. It has a natural trail with lots of native plants, the trail takes you to be beach. Inside the building there is a great seashells collection and a very special exhibit of the life and accomplishments of our heroine Marjory Stoneman Douglas. Naturalist/guides are very knowledgeable and very friendly. They handle large groups and kids very well. This is a Florida gem!

Esteban Nunez: Great staff and great place for exploring. Highly recommended.

Brian Herring: We love to come here every year to support the sea turtle project. It's awesome to learn about them and how we can help keep the ocean clean and safe for these incredible animals. You get to watch them send some new hatchlings to the ocean.

Christy De Zayas Jurado: Loved the turtle release, the baby turtles were the cutest thing. Also the other activities were super cool!

robert garriock: For a small nature center this is cute with shells and bones for kids to checkout. Has touch tank and other nice aquariums that are very well kept. Staff is friendly. Gardens around nature center were kept ok but butterflies, orb weaver spiders and Mexican iguanas were abundant. Importantly, there is outside showers facing the beach and bathrooms.

Amy Kutell: This nature center is one of my favorite South Florida sites to visit on a clear weekend day. Hiking trails, exhibit rooms with a variety of tanks, including a touch tank complete with sea cucumbers and sea urchins, and art spaces exhibiting environmental themed art works are what you can expect to see when you visit.

Edward Cen: This is one of the greatest things that Miami-Dade County has to offer. It's rare to find local government sponsoring outdoor programming, but this is the best that I've ever seen. It's typical to see outfitters charging a premium to access all of this. As a visitor, I was simply floored by the kayaking adventure that I was able to book online. Getting here proved to be a little challenging, but I was still able to get here with relative ease on public transit.

Lior Friedman: Awesome place. This was my 2nd field trip here with my son's class. The kids learned about the environment and we were walking the trail with the staff learning about plants and wildlife. I like the place. Not too much shade on the trail though, be advised.

Daniel Ocano: Awesome experience. Very educational and fun for family. Came with my daughters school on a field trip... (Somerset Dade). Your guides or naturalist are great

14. Harden Hammock Preserve

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Harden Hammock Preserve
Location
4.4
Possibility of Parking
4.5
Surroundings
4.4
Services
4.4
Facilities
4.4

Address: SW 108th Ave, Miami, FL 33170

Guy: Nature preserve


Review: "Did a Commercial at this Park."

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Enrique Calixto: Great place to spend some stress free time.

rhoda Friedman: Did a Commercial at this Park. It's really beautiful.

Ernesto Carr: Great work to protect nature

Mike Photography Travel and Freedom: It’s amazing place

Jorge Machado: Nice place.

Mario Moran: Breathtaking

Romain SELLIER: (Translated by Google) It is a great place to go canoeing and kayaking there are several paths in the mangrove you can also join by kayak or canoe a small isolated island where you can swim. Beside it you can also go cycling with paths for trail running and mountain biking. The entrance costs only € 6, there is a large car park inside to accommodate a large number of vehicles. IMPORTANT POINT, for those who wish to canoe or kayak you need a blue card and an identity card or a passport for the deposit. (Original) C'est un endroit super on peut y faire du canoë ainsi que du kayak il y a plusieurs chemin dans les mangrove on peut également rejoindre en kayak ou canoë une petite ile isolé ou on peut se baigne. A côté de ca on peut également faire du vélo avec des chemin pour faire du trail et du vtt. L'entrée coûte seulement 6€, il y a un grand parking a l'intérieur pour accueillir un grand nombre de véhicules. POINT IMPORTANT, pour ceux qui souhaite faire du canoë ou du kayak il faut une carte bleu et une carte d'identité ou un passeport pour la caution.

Mario Jerez: (Translated by Google) A cozy park.(Original)Un parque acogedor.

Brangeliez Nazario: (Translated by Google) Excellent.(Original)Excelente.

15. Biscayne Bay Aquatic Preserve

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Biscayne Bay Aquatic Preserve
Location
4.5
Possibility of Parking
4.5
Surroundings
4.6
Services
4.5
Facilities
4.5

Address: 1277 NE 79th Street Causeway, Miami, FL 33138

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7AM

Guy: Wildlife refuge


Review: "Amazing natural Preserve."

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javi dooney: Beautiful place to practice snorkeling but it's deep too!!!There isn't coral near to the cost.

Ankita Agarwal: This place is in Miami is a must visit place if your going to Miami. We visited this place during sunset at took the last cruise. The skyline at night was really best thing one can see. If you take this cruise you will see the following: Biscayne Bay, Star Island,South Beach from far,Millionaire's Row,Celebrity Homes, Flagler Monument, Fisher Island, Jungle Island, Brickell District and Miami Skyline

James Sweet: This is an aquatic nature preserve full of fish, sea turtles, manatees and dolphins. This is a great place to sail and see how all of these creatures live in the sea-grass beds of Biscayne Bay. The weather can be changeable, so be sure to pack rain gear in addition to your sun block. The views of Miami are also awesome! Highly recommended!

William Pinto: Expensive tickets , food is extra pricey. Haven't updated it in years. Besides that the shows are nice

Cathleen Greene: Beautiful and quiet place to be close to nature. It's a very long park so don't be surprised if you're drive is longer than expected. My picture is from the Nova University Campus there.

Jose Vasallo: Nice, quiet, relaxing. Saw manatee, excellent spot for a picnic. Govt. Shutdown, no park ranger but just the same.

Patrick Brett: The two island south of Oleta River State Park are amazing. Although a bit busy and sometimes loud with music on the weekends, the places are tranquil during the week.

Christie Bennett: Beautiful place to paddle and see aquatic life

George Navarrete: Went to Boca Chita. Great time on County Parks dept boat.

steve ross: Great boat ride to FLl and saw a Aircraft Carrier big surprise

16. Alice Wainwright Park

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Alice Wainwright Park
Location
4.6
Possibility of Parking
4.5
Surroundings
4.5
Services
4.5
Facilities
4.5

Address: 2845 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33129

Telephone: (305) 416-1300

Guy: Park


Review: "The best park in Brickell"

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Vanessa Christoffel: Such a beautiful park. It is located in the middle of some pretty nice houses yet you find something so simple and elegant as this park. Named after a strong woman leader and advocate for the environment. It is fitting that this park reflects that. Love the playground and has a small bike path. I would not recommend bringing skates or skateboard because of the texture of path. It also has a small fitness area so perfect for a meaning workout with the air of the ocean to bat the heat of workout.

vonCarol Kinchens: Great For family fun, fishing, relaxing, working out, picnics & a place to appreciate a view and time to enjoy life and it's beauty. A play ground for kids, a pavilion for parties, a basketball court to play a friendly game. Always enjoyed coming here with family.

Z K: Great park for a picnic. Quite and has a nice view.Tip: there is cool FREE outdoor work out area with new fitness equipment.

Yaniel Mustelier: The renovation is almost finished, a long seawall perfect for lovers or just to relax breathing the salt water breezes. Nice (almost one mile) walking path, some exercise equipment and few party gazebos plus a huge kid's playground. It's worthy to give it's try.

Hassan Ishqi: It has great location. Although the park is currently under renovation and facelift but it’s still open for visitors to enjoy. The sea facing makes this an amazing place walking and running with soothing breeze gently hitting you giving an amazing experience. It has also some equipments installed for exercises for elderly and also swings and slides for kids. The area has a lot of greenery and close to famous Vizcaya gardens.

Christina Cheng: This park is still kind of under construction. There’s a basketball court, a kids playground, some bbq and picnic shelters and a nice walking path along the water. The walking path near the water is made with gravel. It’s worth it to note that there are quite a few homeless people that live in this park near the big picnic shelter. They congregate and sleep there so those picnic spots are usually not useable. They mostly keep to themselves and do not wander into the kids playground though.

Alicia Martinez: Park is under renovation, but the play area and basketball courts are open again. Love the views of the ocean from this park. Parking on the street is limited so get here early. Love coming here to look at the water.❤

Elizabeth Soriano: Love the view of this park but not how they remodeled it. They removed all the trees that provided shade. They also removed a lot of the little huts you could use to have small gatherings. Be prepared to be in the sun or take an umbrella. The parking is also a mission so get there early.

Armando Rodriguez: Finally no longer a construction zone the park has a very nice path along the seawall with benches for looking out and enjoying the bay. Unfortunately the removed most of the picnic tables so if you plan to have one with your family, come early or bring a blanket. Don't forget to say hi to the family of raccoons to the left of the entrance.

Priscilla Cheng: Nice park with lots of trees for shade. Few BBQ available if you'd like a party. There is a childrens playground and shore line walk. Trails nearby and beautiful neighbourhood to take a walk.

17. Pinetree Park

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Pinetree Park
Location
4.5
Possibility of Parking
4.6
Surroundings
4.5
Services
4.5
Facilities
4.5

Address: 4493 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33140

Telephone: (305) 673-7730

Guy: Wildlife park


Review: "One of the best parks in the city."

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Michael Jimenez: Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! What a lovely park. Lots of trees. Plenty of benches to sit and enjoy the scenery. It's also right by the water with its own kayak or paddle board off ramp. They even have paddle board rentals by using an app. So cool! I have never seen this before. They also have a nice sidewalk that goes around the whole park. Even a dog park so you can bring your dogs. I truly love this park. There's even a community garden which was amazing. Unfortunately only locals can go in. Anyway I will definitely bring my kayaks next time. Come check it out if you are in the area. Parking is limited but free for 3 hours max.

Colene Gerstner: Serene and quite.... has fenced dog play area and a ramp where dogs can go into the water! Never crowded good place to walk and relax right on the canal.

Airweb Digital: Great park with a nice trail next to the Bay!

Marleine Pacilio: Breathtakingly Miami. My favorite retreat when I lived in Miami, and the best dog park you can find. Love that it backs up to a marina. The banyans, the benches, the canopy of green. My happy place.

Marianne: I would give this place a five if my dog didn't get so dirty from the big dirt patch in the middle of the park. We love it there. All the dogs are great and it's beautiful. It's worth the bath at home afterwards

Brian H Gerber: This park is beautiful, with trees galore, 2 large dog runs and it is on the intracoastal. You can lach your tooi boot. Big winner. And always cool.

Daniel Velez: Good amount of nature and a members only garden. Close to the water near 40th st and perfect for Dog walking!

Ariel W.: This seven acre park is doggy heaven. There are plenty of people parks but this one is for the dogs. There are two enclosed dog areas but the dogs pretty much have the run of the park and that is more than alright by me. This park is located on Indian Creek in the midst of million dollar homes so these are some pampered pooches who have their poo picked up. If you like to walk the park has some nice paths under shady trees. There is even a place to launch your kayak or paddleboard. The park also has a community garden for people who don't have the room to grown their own fruits and vegetables. Best of all this park has plenty of free parking which is a rarity in parking challenged Miami. Escape the concrete jungle and enjoy nature and some pooches at this charming Miami Beach park.

Casildo Vergara: Very clean park except by the water, kind of polluted with littering empty water bottles and other garbage, very friendly people around,

Carle Betancourt: Medium Size convenient Dog Park. I come to the Dog park with my service dog at least twice/week. Conveniently located, free parking available, free bags to pick up after your dog, multiple water points for your pets. 2 separated areas for animal size (large or small dogs). Sitting benches in the shade. I do recommend this park for people with socially well behaved dogs.

18. Enchanted Forest Elaine Gordon Park

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Enchanted Forest Elaine Gordon Park
Location
4.5
Possibility of Parking
4.5
Surroundings
4.6
Services
4.5
Facilities
4.5

Address: 1725 NE 135th St, North Miami, FL 33181

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7AM

Telephone: (305) 895-1119

Guy: Park


Review: "Beautiful park if you like nature..."

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Laywon Monestime: This is a lovely quaint park flowing with wildlife and flourishing trees. Beautiful deck to view the canal and a jogging trail that runs around it. Foe an added bonus, there is a small horse stable for short rides for thr kids and 2 playgrounds. Highly recommend that you check it out.

Patrick Prentice: Some an awesome park! Very cool and creepy forest to go on walks and they have a horse stable with riding lessons! This a great place to have a picnic or take your family pictures. There are lots of picnic tables, grills and a couple of pavilions. It’s a very cool park, check it out 😊👍

Fatt Boy: Beautiful park for a picnic. Also for yoga 🧘‍♀️. You can also take beautiful pictures. Lots of animals to see. Ducks, turtles, horses, fishes, Squirrels and mini pony. A pig,goat,baby bull and Roosters.

Flor Diaz: The name says it all. It is like an enchanted forest in the middle of the city. And they have ponies AND a petting zoo. It is small, but so refreshing and clean. Highly recommended. The only caveat is that parking spaces are limited, but it is a great place to just unwind and maybe (just maybe) see the wee fairies... 😘

Jamie Albucher: I adore this park! It’s a tiny clean little park in the middle of everything in north Miami. They keep up with social distancing rules and even have a community garden! The park ranger Lola is incredibly knowledgeable and happy to give tours. I cannot stress how awesome this hidden gem is

SHARKKARAH HARRISON: So Therapeutic to my soul. SELFCARE DAY 05/07/22

Judy Sun: Cool little park in the middle of nowhere. If you blink you will miss it with so much to do. They have horses here and a petting zoo sign. I saw many horses here and a big closed in are where they keep them and ride them. There are 2 picnicking areas that i saw. One bigger then the other one. One is located by the front of tje park . The other one is more private it is by the back side. It is near a kids playground. The playground is closed. The park has really nice walking trails. They are a dream if you like nature and photography. The trees form this beautiful shady canopy. It is truly a nice park. I am so glad i found it. I saw two walking trails. One that leads across a bridge. The trees are different in that side and not so shady. That trail takes you in a complet circle. It is a shorter trail. You can see people's backyards too. I like the other longer one. The park looks clean. They have signs everywhere to wear your mask. I felt comfortable here.

Carlos Garcia: One of the best, most beautiful places in Miami. Very clean, well maintained. I felt secure walking the trails. And the horses? Ah! Beauty of nature!

Wilna Prochet: Great park to wine down, walk and bond with nature. Clean and quiet and lots of trees to bathe your Spirit in. Bring some treats to feed the ducks, turtles and fish.

Rafael Ventura-Rosa: Terrific location for a peaceful visit. Ducks, turtles, horses, chickens, birds...you forget your in a city when you are there. And a Mini library, where you can borrow a book for each one you donate. Now that I am retired, I visit there often. 5 *****

19. Arch Creek Park

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Arch Creek Park
Location
4.6
Possibility of Parking
4.5
Surroundings
4.5
Services
4.5
Facilities
4.5

Address: 1855 NE 135th St, North Miami Beach, FL 33181

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9:30AM

Telephone: (305) 944-6111

Guy: Park


Review: "Cute small historical park with a small nature center."

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Alex G: Cute small historical park with a small nature center. Federally protected Tequesta native land. Small, cool, intimate nature trail with many different butterfly species. Fun archaeology programs for the kids. Night hike and BYOM (Bring your own Marshmallow) camp fires. A variety of native and non-native animals to see throughout the trails. No dogs allowed though. Not the park with the horses or playground.

Melany Gonsalez: It’s very good park but it had so much spiders but it still was pretty and interesting.

Janelle R.: It has quite the rustic feel as there aren't many visitors. The paths are clearly marked with cut logs but also offer a bit of mystery as they turn and curve as you follow them along. The Butterfly Garden was my favorite part of the trail. You'd never know you were in North Miami except for the traffic noise from Biscayne Blvd. Parts are closed off due to the pandemic, I'd visit again to check out the museum.

Gema A: Beautiful and quite place. Short trail with a lot of birds and butterflies. The museum is a must see

Aura Lacruz: I like this park,and it was a nice and secluded .i just wish it were larger. the visitors center was nice and informative.

vanessa correa: very nice and quiet

Aaron Leon: Take a walk back in time to Florida before the construction and civilization as you explore trails that are pristine and natural. There is a very small museum (one small room) to browse and a few picnic benches.

Hilda Palermo: Beautiful park, has a playground and pool for family sharing, also wild area, and Accesible for all

Ben Z: Nice couple trails in the city. Would be nice to have some picnic tables around though

Alena Sheriff: Investigating the park and venturing thru the sacred woods on a guided tour was incredible. The history, the wildlife, and the tour with friends is an activity I would love to do do again. This was my first time at the park and the bonfire and roasted was an added bonus at the end.

20. Oleta River State Park Alligator Pavilion

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Oleta River State Park Alligator Pavilion
Location
4.5
Possibility of Parking
4.6
Surroundings
4.5
Services
4.5
Facilities
4.5

Address: 3400 NE 163rd St, North Miami Beach, FL 33160

Telephone: (305) 919-1846

Guy: Park


Review: "I just love this park so much!!!!"

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VSR Boston: Very tranquil atmosphere with many picnic tables and BBQ grills available. Lots of shade from greenery

Marina Marino: Spectacular beach. You can do BBQ. Perfect for children. No has wave. Very calm.

Petra Konečná: Very beautiful place, nice beach and you can rent a kayak or bike and see a lot of animals

Cristian Amaya: Very large park with various activities. Bike trail pavillion locations.

Andreina De Oliveira: the place is amazing, really very beautiful, the cost is quite cheap ,I loved it, we did not know it and the parking is very comfortable

Paulo Barboza: Great place to bring family, cabanas for BBQ need to reserve.

Adam Kwiatkowski: Small group shelter on southeast side of Oleta River State Park. Located close to water for fishing opportunities. It has picnic tables and grill. May need to call park office to reserve it before bring your party there. Public restroom is within 200 feet and swimming area with small sandy beach is about 6 minute walk to the west.

Oscar HENAO: Great place for a good day at the park. We held our Christmas Party at the Seagrape pavilion. Excellent place with BBQ grill and electricity. Plenty of space with tables and seating for 40+ under roof.

Craig Boss: If your into bike trails paddle boards or kayak this is your place. They also have a man made beach. Bike rentals and a small restaurant and occasionally a food truck. This place has it all. I believe they charge 6 bucks per car but well worth it.

Evan Qarana: A great escape in the middle of the city. Kayaking, hiking, biking, picnicking, and a beach. The bike rentals are high quality and come in different sizes. There is a bike shop here also. I highly recommend it and will be back.