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Hurricane Irma

As we continue our recovery and cleanup efforts, please visit the Emergency website for the latest information on openings and closings in Miami-Dade County.

News & Events

Notice to patrons

Please continue to monitor this site as well as Miami-Dade Park's Facebook page and Twitter feed for regular updates.

All Miami-Dade service and recovery updates (including Parks) are posted on the Recovery page.

YOU + Miami-Dade Parks = Miami-Dade Strong

Volunteer efforts will be needed at our parks once sites are deemed safe and suitable for volunteers. To register, complete the volunteer form. Once you sign up, you will receive information on planned cleanups and other activities in the coming weeks that you can participate in.

Nominate an amazing woman today!

Nominations are now underway for the prestigious In the Company of Women awards, which recognizing South Florida women leaders who have excelled across a wide spectrum of industries, professions and civic organizations. Deadline to submit a nomination is Oct. 20.

Fee adjustments update

Please be advised that, as of July 31, 2017, fee adjustments have been made to building, shelter, and field rentals. Contact the park office directly for details.

Maria Nardi appointed as Parks director

Mayor Carlos Gimenez appointed Maria I. Nardi as the director of Parks. Nardi holds a master's degree in landscape architecture from Harvard University. Nardi joined Parks in 2004, where she oversaw the Parks Open Space System Master Plan.

Meet Me at the Park

Find fun and free monthly events at your local park, featuring activities for every age and interest.

Read the summer issue of ParkLife Magazine

Discover the fun and adventure waiting for you at our diverse parks and attractions in Miami-Dade County. Our park facilities provide recreation space and equipment, as well as programming and activities for kids, adults, active older adults, and people with disabilities.

Flotation devices not allowed

No flotation devices are allowed on our beaches. We want everyone to enjoy our waters. Following this park rule helps to keep everyone safe. It also helps us to be good stewards of the environment as well as protect our natural areas.

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