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City of Miami

Douglas Park

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. This park is located on 2755 SW 37th AVENUE, so come check it out. For more information please call (305)-461-6805.


Grapeland Water Park

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 or book a party to celebrate a birthday or graduation.


Morningside Park

Located by the bay, Morningside Park offers picturesque views and scenic walking paths. This park is located on 750 NE 55th TERRACE .For more information on booking rentals and a kayak tour please call (305)-795-1834


Maximo Gomez Park

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. For more information please call (305)-285-1684.


Shenandoah Park

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. For more information on the aquatic programs please call (305)-856-9549


Recreation Program Plan

Come out and let's talk about Parks. A series of community meetings to caputre how residents utilize their parks and would like to use their parks. Share your ideas and talk about how you like to play. Meetings taking place April thru May see our flyer in English, Spanish and Creole.


Margaret Pace Park

Margaret Pace Park has an eight-acre waterfront and features an affordable workout area. This park has a wide range of facilities including volleyball, football field, soccer field, and two tennis courts. All ages who want a free workout with a great view should come to this park. On a sunny day get fit in the City of Miami. For more information please call 305-350-7938.


Coral Gate Park

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. For more information please call (305)-960-5130.


Little Haiti Soccer Park

Little Haiti Soccer Park provides after school, youth soccer, summer and winter programs for children. Come and cool off in our water splash playground, perfect your technique in our practice soccer field, and play a match in our professional soccer field. For more information please call (305)-416-1318.


Aquatics – Is it time to cool off? Or perhaps doing laps is part of your new fitness routine. We offer year round pools with master swim, learn-to-swim, water aerobics and open swim time. If you have a child who doesn’t know how to swim, this is the moment to look up how to sign them up for a life saving swimming class!

Master Plan – What is the vision for the future of Parks? In 2007, the Parks Department worked with Goody Clancy to talk to the community, assess the parks in Miami, and examine industry trends to create a master plan for the growth and development of parks in the City of Miami.

SDCC – Sports, life skills, work skills we offer it all for individuals with special needs. Through our M.A.G.I.C program we are able to open doors for recreation opportunities and thanks to Project Search we are helping teens graduating from high school find jobs that allow them to contribute to the community.

Tennis - Serving residents with courts where you can play with friends and offering youth and adult classes to teach technique and prepare for tournaments is what we love to do. With 53+ tennis courts within the City of Miami, there is sure to be a court perfect for you to get out there with a racquet.

Grapeland Water Park – A'hoy there mateys – Black Beard's Beach at Grapeland Water Park offers the ideal refreshing escape from the Miami heat. Two slide pools, a lazy river and a zero entry recreation pool makes this a great family destination.

Youth Programs – Whether is be after school or during seasonal camp, we are proud of our ability to provide children with a safe and enriching environment when they are out of school. We offer a variety of youth serving programs for those ages 6-13.

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Thank you for visiting City of Miami Parks! We have 140+ park locations and we are committed to providing the highest level of recreation services to our residents and visitors. You will find we have something for everyone. Whether you want to swim, play tennis, rent a shelter, go for a bike ride or just spread out a picnic blanket and soak up the beautiful Miami weather. We invite you to come out to our parks and make them part of your daily routine. Should you need some information, think we can improve on something, please do not hesitate to contact us at We are happy to hear from our patrons. Get out there and LIVE, PLAY, PARKS!

Check out our digital program guide covering activities from Winter 2018 thru Spring 2018

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Accessibility Request Statement
To request material in accessible format, sign language interpreters and/or any accommodations to participate in any City of Miami Parks sponsored program or meeting please call (305) 960-4962 or email Please allow 3 business days for sign language interpreting services and 5 business days for any other accommodation request. TTY users may also call 711 (Florida Relay Service).