Are you planning your next park getaway? These are the parks in Miami-Dade you can visit

DORAL, FL – With this long lockdown, that started at the beginning of April, many are missing going to the park. The good news is that from this Wednesday, April 29, most parks in Miami-Dade will be open to the public under certain restrictions that you must follow at all times.

The decision came after Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez signed executive orders to allow them to operate encouraging residents to keep social distance and respect rules such as not playing organized competitions in sports courts, maintaining a distance of at least 50 feet while in a boat and wearing face coverings. You can carefully read the full list of restrictions here.

Please be aware that most parks will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. with special hours for seniors and that there would be consequences for people who doesn’t follow the stipulated rules. 

“Our department has a zero tolerance policy that we will be taking into effect,” said Miami-Dade Police Det. Angel Rodriguez. “Anywhere from educating, all the way up to fines, and depending on the circumstances, could even result in an arrest.”

Here’s the list of parks that you can visit:

Doral – 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

– Doral Central Park

– Downtown Doral Park

 

Miami Beach – 7 am. to 7 p.m.

– Allison Park

– Altos del Mar Park

– Bandshell Park

– Bayshore Park

– Belle Isle Park

– Buoy Park

– Brittany Bay Park

– Collins Park

– Crespi Park

– Fairway Park

– Fisher Park

– Flamingo Park

– Hibiscus Island Park

– Lummus Park

– Marjory Stoneman Douglas Park

– Maurice Gibb Memorial Park

– Muss Park

– Normandy Isle Park

– Normandy Shores Park

– North Beach Oceanside Park

– North Shore Park

– Palm Island Park

– Parkview Island Park/Annex

– Pine Tree Park

– Poinciana Park

– Polo Park

– SoundScape Park

– South Pointe Park

– Stillwater Park

– Sunset Island II Park

– Sunset Lake Park

– Tatum Park

 

Miami Lakes – sunrise to sunset

– Picnic Park

– Royal Oaks Park

– Optimist Park

 

Homestead – 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

– Blakey Park

– Audubon Park

– Mayor Roscoe Warren Municipal Park

– James Archer Smith Park

– Homestead Sports Complex

 

Coral Gables – 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. (starting Friday, May 1)

– Coral Bay Park

– Country Club Prado

– Ferdinand Park

– Fred B. Harnett Ponce Circle Park

– Ingraham Park

– Jaycee Park

– Phillips Park (Senior Hour: Tuesdays & Thursdays; 7 a.m. to 8 a.m.)

– Ruth Bryan Owen Waterway Park

– Salvadore Park

– William H. Kerdyk Jr. and Family Park

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