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Bayfront Park is located on 301 Biscayne Boulevard is a spectacular Miami park. It was redesigned by the iconic Japanese-American modernist artist and landscape architect Isamu Noguchi, and features beautiful pathways, palm trees, grassy areas, local art and flavor, and much more. There are also various musical events and other types of performances going on at the amphitheater, free fitness classes such as yoga, and a farmer's market during the season.

David T Kennedy park is located on 2600 S Bayshore Drive. It is a beautiful park right on the water perfect for walking, running and biking with its many paved paths. You can also play a game of beach volleyball, throw around a Frisbee or football in the wide open spaces, and engage in many other activities such as free yoga. If you have a dog, there is a dog park here. Also for some refreshments, head over to A.C's Icee.

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For some local culture, head over to the Maximo Gomez also known as Domino Park located on 801 SW 15th Avenue in Little Havana. Here you will find many older Cuban men playing chess and dominoes while others walk around or sit on the benches and watch. This park has a lot of character and a fun atmosphere and is a must see if you're in Little Havana.

If you want to enjoy the great outdoors while you're in Miami, head over to Morningside Park located on 750 NE 55th Terrace. This is one of the largest parks in Miami and offers tons of activities including water sports including kayak and sailboat rentals. Here you can also engage in some day or night tennis or take aqua aerobics on the weekends. There are also many shaded benches and picnic tables as well as a playground for kids.

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South Pointe Park is located on 1, Washington Avenue in Miami Beach. It is a beautifully-landscaped open park with many grassy areas, benches facing the water, and pathways for joggers and dog walkers. It's also an ideal place to watch cruise ships sailing in and out of the harbor but also a beautiful sunset with a loved one.

Tropical Park is located on 7900 SW 40 Street and is open daily from 7 am until 10 pm. Here you can engage in basketball, racquetball, softball, soccer, and many other sports. There are many barbeque grills, picnic areas where you can have a part or gathering with friends and family, but also biking and walking trails where you can get some exercise.

Virginia Key Beach Park is located on 3701 Rickenbacker Causeway. This park is listed on the National Register of Historic Places because of its history of being a beach reserved exclusively for African Americans. Today, the park offers many activities such as mountain biking. It also has beautiful trails and beaches offering gorgeous views and places to picnic. Kids will love riding on the mini-train and the carousel.

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Alice C. Wainwright Park is located on 2845 Brickell Avenue. This park offers spectacular views of the bay with many benches, barbeque and picnic areas. There is also a great play area for children, a basketball court and a fountain.

Crandon Park located on 6747 Crandon Boulevard is another great Miami park. It has miles of white sandy beaches, warm shallow waters, palm and coconut trees and many spaces to picnic and pavilions where you can have a family gathering or a party. Be sure to visit the Crandon Gardens which used to be the site of the Crandon Park Zoo.

Flamingo Park located on 999 11th Street is open daily from 7 am to 10 pm. It is a great public Miami park which offers tons of recreational activities thanks to its swimming pool, two basketball courts, tennis and racquetball courts, and a Dog Park. There's also a track, a gym, a soccer and football field, and a playground for kids.

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Amelia Earhart Park located a bit further out on 401 E 65th Street in Hialeah is a fun and unique place to spend the day. Here you can experience farm life on the Bill Graham Farm Village, and kids will love the petting zoo where they can experiment milking a cow or shoeing a horse. There are also many picnic areas, soccer fields and other recreational facilities. Dog owners can take their canine friends to the Bark Park with its many grooming areas, doggy swimming pools and obstacle courses.

The A.D. "Doug" Barnes Park and "Sense of Wonder Nature Center" is a blast to visit in Miami. It is located on 3701 SW 72nd Avenue and is open daily from sunrise to sunset. It offers many regular park features such as picnic tables, walking and biking trails, and sports facilities. It also has the Sense of Wonder Center which has a wildlife sanctuary with migrating birds and other animals. Unlike other Miami parks, this park also has campsites.

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