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Review of Tropical Park

Tropical Park
Ranked #33 of 371 things to do in Miami
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed July 20, 2017 via mobile

Tropical park is a regular spot for the family. Bring blankets, picnic blankets, snacks, drinks, and games and make it a great afternoon with he family. They have a lake, a walking path where you ride your bike scooters, etc. there are kids along with courts both tennis and basketball, baseball fields and party areas that can be reserved. Near the palmetto expressway. There are areas around there to eat like sushi ko(all time favorite sushi places) Macdonalds, tropical Chinese (highest rated Chinese food), an italian spot that I have never been to, 3 chefs and a chicken is great and healthy.

1  Thank Massiel H
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Reviewed June 9, 2017

The Park has no attraction, it has Softball, T&F, Soccer, Football Fields, paved trails, lake, shelter picnic areas for rent, free areas for picnics with benches, hasTennis, Basketball and Volleyball Courts, Batting Cages, ample free parking.
Over all it offers a great variety of activities.

Thank arturod71
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Reviewed May 29, 2017

It was fun, we were hoping to rent some bicycles but that its only open during the weekends - we saw some squirrels and the kids were happy

Thank Herisa
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Reviewed May 3, 2017

beautiful park, filled with lost of green space. very busy on the weekends. rent bikes and take a stroll

Thank tania p
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Reviewed April 27, 2017 via mobile

On my most recent visit to Tropical Park I decided to do a review because I was both pleased and disappointed. The park is located in a fairly central part of Miami so access is pretty easy. Right off main roads and SR 826 it's no trouble getting there. First the good. You can jog, fish, go boating, play tennis, basketball, have picnics, just about anything you'd like. It's free to use so that's another good thing. There's also a snack bar with a really helpful and friendly staff. Now the bad. On this particular day I noticed tons of garbage where it didn't belong, as in a garbage can. The trash was lying next to the cans and nobody bothered to pick it up. At the basketball courts you had lots of young people playing and screaming every obscenity you can imagine. There were park employees right there and no one said a word to try and stop it. I'm certain that type of language isn't acceptable in any public park. Its still a nice place in the middle of a huge city but the employees should pay attention to the little things.

1  Thank celainej1
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