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Miami: parques e natureza

Porto / Marina
“Miami Beach Marina affords easy accessibility to great fishing…sailing…and cruising.”
30 moradores locais recomendam
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“grassy waterfront park with sheltered picnic tables views​ oriented benches and basketball courts. ”
12 moradores locais recomendam
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“Mile-long beach near Downtown with wetlands, a boardwalk, hiking trails, picnic areas & concessions. The park and beach area are very nice. The water is clear and cold. This is a historic beach that has been cleaned up nicely. There are several markers highlighting it's history including an old Merry-go-round which still works. Great place to relax and escape. It has a cool sand bar if you just want to lay in the water and relax.”
6 moradores locais recomendam
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“Free Yoga on Saturdays in the park with Farmers Market. Catch great bay views and its walking distance to our property location. ”
15 moradores locais recomendam
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“This is an upscale outdoor mall with some nice restaurants. There's also a nice movie theater on the third floor.”
17 moradores locais recomendam
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“*W.A.* (Coconut Grove) Lush botanical garden with flowering trees and tropical fruit, including more than 50 types of mango. An ideal destination for nature enthusiasts. The Kampong serves as the mainland campus for the NTBG's educational courses. ”
11 moradores locais recomendam
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“Walk or Jog by the bay. Take great pictures. Just relax and watch the sunrise over Miami Beach. ”
12 moradores locais recomendam
Barco ou balsa
“Located in Key Biscayne, home of the Sequarium, marine biology studies, mangroves, etc”
9 moradores locais recomendam
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“7.8-acre urban retreat preserving a tropical hardwood hammock with native & threatened plants. ”
10 moradores locais recomendam
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“This modest park with a mural is a popular gathering place for domino & chess players. Fun to take a walk through and observe if you're not a local. While you're there, stop at one of the nice cafés nearby for a delicious Cuban coffee”
12 moradores locais recomendam
Bairro
“Shallow water beach offering a dog-friendly area with wide city vistas & water sports gear rentals. This is a narrow strip of vegetation and a long sandy beach along the road. The water is super calm and clean even on the windiest days. There are clean toilets and food/drink vendors, and every Thursday there's a Food Track party at the eastern end of the beach. Overall, pretty decent spot, especially if you're into length swimming and hate surf.”
5 moradores locais recomendam
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“Recreation center with baseball fields, basketball & tennis courts, a playground & an outdoor pool. It has plenty things to do. Many different sports and gym for working out. A big clean playground. Swimming pool is very clean, and people are very kind and helpful. Probably one of the best parks in Miami! Besides the typical swings and slides, they also offer lessons in karate, swimming, and soccer. They also have exercise classes.”
7 moradores locais recomendam
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“This place is great for children and parents. Perfect for small kids--there is a toddler playground & it's all enclosed as well as shady. Lots of activities to do, secured, and parking is not a problem! Great tennis venue! Great facility, courts kept well, good clay courts that were redone.”
6 moradores locais recomendam
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“Formerly known as Island View Park with a spectacular view of the bay, great little park for kids with infant swings as well , walking, jogging & bike paths and picnic area. Open 24/7.”
2 moradores locais recomendam
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“Crandon Beach is one of Miami's greatest park treasures. A beautiful, sprawling campus of beaches and amenities, Crandon Park is more than a beach. At Crandon Park Beach on Key Biscayne, there's a Family Amusement Center, a Nature Center and even a place to rent cabanas. The beach remains the main attraction at the luscious and family-friendly Crandon Park. Gear up for a friendly game of beach volleyball or unpack your picnic and bring some supplies for the on-site grills. There's almost always a birthday party or event taking place somewhere at this site. At the south end of Crandon Park Beach, there are cabanas for rent. Cabanas have showers and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Cabana renters are assigned a parking space and exclusive picnic tables on the beach. It's fun to explore the various ecosystems at Crandon Park, including dunes, mangroves, coastal hammock and sea grass beds. The Crandon Park Nature Center is home to exotic plants, rare fish and wildlife, and Bear Cut Preserve, a natural Environment Study Area. Take a tour with a naturalist and explore all that this nature hotbed has to offer.”
4 moradores locais recomendam