Kids Can Explore New Adventures And Budding Interests At Miami-Dade Parks' "We Have A Camp For That!" Summer CampsThe Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department’s “We Have a Camp for That!” summer program offers a bounty of kids’ “favorite things,” ensuring their school break is thrilling and memorable.
Let’s Ride In March With Bike305Bike305 is a Miami-Dade County initiative promoting cycling as a way to connect people to communities and destinations like work, school, and parks.
Swim Lessons Are Vital Any Time Of The YearFlorida has the highest drowning rate in the nation for children ages 5 and under. For more than 50 years, Miami-Dade Parks’ Learn-to-Swim Program has trained thousands of kids and adults to reduce and prevent accidents near and around water
Active Living: How To Stay Active At Any Age (And Why It’s Important)Miami-Dade Parks’ Active Older Adults Program makes it easy for residents to stay active in a variety of ways. The important part is choosing an activity that’s fitting to your body type and activity level.
Girls Excel In Sports And Fitness In Miami-Dade County Parks Fit2Play Afterschool ProgramMiami-Dade Parks plays an important role in our youth’s health and fitness, and can make important contributions to reducing gender disparities throughout the community, and particularly girls
Fresh Air FitnessMiami-Dade Parks perfects your workout setting by creating the spaces and providing the amenities for an ideal workout and nature’s health benefits.
Eco-Fitness Adventures: Kayaking, Biking and HikingOutdoor exercise offers a range of benefits beyond the burning of calories, including essential vitamin D, easing stress and helping with sleep. Miami-Dade Parks offers EcoAdventure kayaking, biking and hiking.
10 Scenic Miami-Dade County Bike Routes To Switch Up Your Exercise RoutineWhen it comes to cycling, Miami has one of the worst reputations in the country as far as accidents and fatalities, but Miami-Dade Parks Master Plan has greenways and trails to make it better.
Drowning Prevention: 5 Ways To Stay Safe In The Water Around Miami-Dade CountyDrowning is the No. 1 cause of death for children under age 5 in Miami-Dade County and throughout Florida. But you can lower your risk, keep your family safe by following a five water safety steps, and learn to swim with Miami-Dade Parks.
Million Trees Miami Wants To Rebuild Our Community’s Tree Canopy. What Exactly Does That Mean?Million Trees Miami is an initiative of Neat Streets Miami and it’s goal is to plant 1 million trees in Miami-Dade County.
Sea Turtle Spotlight: A Step In The Right DirectionMiami-Dade Parks with CBS EcoMedia, significant progress has been made. In March 2018, MDCSTCP installed sea-turtle friendly lights across Haulover Beach Park.
Check Out Where These Miami Sports Stars Got Their StartFrom extreme sports to an annual Paralympic competition, Miami-Dade Parks has a sport for every skill, every age and every ability.
What Makes A Great Parks System?Great cities have a great park systems. Miami is updating its parks master plan to reflect what residents want most. Here’s where they’re focusing.
Winners For The 30th Anniversary Celebration Of 'In The Company of Women' AwardsThis year marked the 30th anniversary of the coveted In the Company of Women Awards honoring outstanding women in Miami-Dade who have paved the way.
Matheson Hammock Park Is An Oasis In Our Miami-Dade BackyardMatheson Hammock Park is Miami-Dade County’s first public park. Designated as a Miami-Dade Heritage Park, this oasis is a reminder of the important role these parks play in the cultural, historical and recreational history.