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Parks
The Town of Miami Lakes has one of the most unique parks systems in Miami-Dade County, consisting of 99 park locations in a 6.5 square mile area.  With a park in walking distance of almost every neighborhood, there is always something to see and do. You will find programs, activities, and special events that will bring you back again and again.
 
 
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For Weather Information and Field Closures:
Call the Weather Information Line at 786-646-0076.
 
 
 
Miami Lakes Optimist Park
Miami Lakes, FL 33014

Multipurpose Use Park with 4 baseball fields and 1 softball field, 2 soccer fields, 2 flag football fields, 4 outdoor basketball courts, 4 outdoor tennis courts, 1/4 mile lighted walking path, three picnic pavilions, and 3 batting cages with lighting. Site includes a Marina for fishing and the Boundless Playground.
 
 
   
Royal Oaks Park
Miami Lakes, FL 33018

Multi-purpose Use Park with 4 athletic fields for soccer and flag football, open playfield areas, tot lot/playground area, picnic pavilions, 3/4 mile exercise/bike trail, butterfly garden and concession stand.
Site includes the 6,000 square foot Roberto Alonso Community Center.
   
Miami Lakes Picnic Park West
Miami Lakes, FL 33016

Passive Park with two recently updated pavilions, half court basketball court, lighted walking path, playground, ENERGI™ Total Body Fitness System, and Lifetrail® Advanced Wellness System. Site includes the Mary Collins Community Center.
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Miami Lakes East Park Youth Center
Miami Lakes, FL 33014
 
4,000 square foot building with multipurpose activity rooms and classrooms for after school educational programs and tutoring, a half basketball court and additional parking. 
                                                        
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Mini Parks & Tot Lots
All throughout the Town
 
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Greenways & Trails                                                                              
Various routes throughout the Town that provide a safe bicycle and pedestrian path.
 
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