Top 7 Parks In Miami
Miami is well known for its beaches and great food. However, the city should also be known for having some stunning parks as well. With that in mind, we have rated the top 7 parks in Miami for you to enjoy.
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7. The Barnacle Historic State Park -
History is a beautiful thing and a great way for you to learn about what happened. This is a park that has a beautiful home inside of it that was built in 1891. Throw in the location and the fact it has 5 acres with it and it will be easy for you to relax and have a great trip while at this park.
6. Bayfront Park -
The Bayfront Park is in the middle of downtown Florida, but it is right on the bay. We have to say this is a beautiful park and one that you will love as this makes it easier for you to get out of the city headache that you have had to deal with while traveling for business.
5. Flamingo Park -
The Flamingo Park is a constructed park and it is going to be a park that is going to provide you with a great points for relaxation and fun things to do. The park has a pool, playground, and even baseball and soccer stadiums for you to enjoy.
4. Fruit And Spice Park -
This is not a park in the traditional sense that you are going to get to throw out your hammock and picnic basket. This is more of botanical garden that you are going to fall in love with. This park covers 37 acres and has more vegetables, fruits, herbs, and spices than what you could count on the grounds.
3. Alice Wainwright Park -
If you like parks that are smaller and more of a nature preserve than the traditional parks then you will love this park. It is a beautiful nature preserve area that makes it easier for you to connect with the wild side of Florida, but in a natural setting instead of a zoo.
2. Crandon Park -
Okay, this is a park that has a great location and is only connected to Florida by the Rickenbacker Causeway. The park is located in Key Biscayne and it is absolutely stunning to visit and stay at. Just have to make sure you go early enough to find a parking space as this park can get busy.
1. Matheson Hammock Park -
The Matheson Hammock Park has a great name for an urban park that will make you want to bring your hammock with you. The park is great for relaxation and avoidance of a lot of the bigger crowds as you do have 630 acres to use. What is even better is the park is near the botanical gardens as well for you to enjoy.