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Best Parks in Miami

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Jungle Island

A delightful place for the kids as well as adults, Jungle Island is a great way to spend a day outdoors. Located just minutes away from downtown Miami, the park is full of birds and animals. It was started by Franz and Louise Scherr, who wanted a place for their birds to fly free. Today the park is also home to many animals such as penguins, orangutans, crocodiles and even tigers. There's also the Treetop Ballroom where nature fans can have their events, planned to the last detail by their in-house staff.

Miami, FL, United States
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Alice Wainwright Park

Tucked away in a relatively unknown corner in the Coral Way neighborhood of Miami, this nature park offers striking views of both Biscayne Bay and Downtown Miami. The park features trails, fitness stations, a playground, a basketball court, as well as picnic tables and barbecues. These features, combined with the magnificent views, make the park a great spot to have a picnic or barbecue with friends or family, or just to spend a nice day outside.

Miami, FL, United States
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Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

Vizcaya Museum & Gardens is an exquisite villa that overlooks the stream. This lavish Italian villa takes you back in time and lets you explore the beautiful architecture, furnishings and other details of the past era. The gardens at this spot are simply spectacular where you can stroll along the trail area and click some great pictures. The place also provides a panoramic view of Miami skyline and every room at this magnificent villa has a story to tell.

Miami, FL, United States
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Historic Virginia Key Beach Park

Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, the Historic Virginia Key Beach Park is an important landmark. Originally a "colored-only" park during the 1950s, this park was renovated and reopened to all during 2008 after a period of closure. The various sites and venues include a picnic pavilion, playground, toy train for kids, a carousel and many other fun activities. Its picturesque setting combined with modern facilities make it an ideal venue for hosting private events, picnics and parties.

Key Biscayne, FL, United States
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Miami Beach Botanical Garden

The 2.6-acre (1.05-hectare) Miami Beach Botanical Garden showcases a wide variety of plant specimens. In order to attract visitors, it does not charge any admission fee. Regular educational programs and art exhibitions are held at this garden. Tours around the place are also offered. In addition, the garden's Banyan Room and terrace, Butterfly Room and Japanese Garden are available for reservations year round for weddings and other functions.

Miami Beach, FL, United States
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South Pointe Park

South Pointe Park is a perfect place for a family bonding session. All you have to carry is your picnic basket laden with fruits, sandwiches and bottles of lemonade. You can take a stroll along the beach or just laze around in the sand with helicopters flying overhead. It also has a playground for kids. An apt way to spend your day.

Miami Beach, FL, United States
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Crandon Park

Crandon Park is three miles (3.21 kilometres) of sandy beach, park area with an 18-hole golf course, soccer and softball fields. The beach is named as one of the top ten in the United States. The park also includes a promenade, concession stands, picnic areas and an amusement area. The amusement area is home to an antique carousel, a splash fountain, an outdoor roller rink and a beach-front playground.

Key Biscayne, FL, United States
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Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden

Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden is an 83-acre (34 hectare) haven for rare and endangered tropical plants. Located in a seaside Miami suburb, the garden offers educational programs in conservation and horticulture, and houses extensive botanical research facilities. The garden has encouraged the preservation and appreciation of tropical plants since its establishment in 1938.

Coral Gables, FL, United States
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Enchanted Forest Elaine Gordon Park

Enchanted Forest Elaine Gordon Park is an ideal spot for parties, picnics or general merriment. Spread across 22 acres (8.9 hectares), the park is also on hand for public presentations to area clubs, groups and schools. Children's activities include nature walks, pony rides and scavenger/bug hunts.

North Miami, FL, United States
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Pinecrest Gardens

This little park in the heart of the city offers a relaxing escape and tons of activities for adults and children alike. Kids can discover a rich array of plant life at the lush botanical garden or get up close with fascinating animals at the petting zoo. The playground and Splash N' Play area is where the kids can run amok and play to their heart's content. The beautiful picnic areas in the park ensure that families can partake in the fun. Besides this, the park is a hub of creative and cultural activity, hosting numerous concerts, performing art events and other cultural activities throughout the year. Check website for more.

Pinecrest, FL, United States
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