Flamingo Park Miami Beach
is the second largest park on the beach and one of the most popular Miami Beach attractions
Flamingo with three main pathways shaping the boundaries to the Park and two main pedestrian paths cutting through the Park has created diverse urban relationships to the surrounding city structure. eading you down the main walkway are these three entrances: 11th Street and Jefferson Avenue, 13th Street and Michigan Avenue and 13th Street and Meridian Avenue.
Construction of this 36.53 acre Flamingo Park Miami Beach
began in 1950. The newly renovated Flamingo Aquatic Center
was re-opened in 2002 and in 2005; the Tot Lot Playground
was opened along with a state-of-the-art football field.
Renovations continued throughout the years as part of the capital improvements G.O. bond project. Flamingo Park Miami Beach
facilities now include a swimming pool with lap lanes, a water playground for the kids, tennis courts, basketball courts, and a baseball and soccer field.
Flamingo Park Miami Beach also has one of the oldest and best maintained handball/racquetball courts in the country a Football Stadium, Running Track
and Softball Field
. The park has two separate dog parks and is home to the Miami Beach Police Athletic League Building.