You still can’t gather in large groups, but you can stroll, jog and gather in small groups at several City of Miami parks. It’s all part of the City of Miami’s reopening plan. Other neighborhoods throughout Miami are also opening their parks, see below for updates.
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Following in line with Miami-Dade County parks and restaurants that recently began reopening, the City of Miami opened 26 of its parks as part of Phase I with more set to open during a planned Phase II.
Parks will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. You can see the list of 26 parks here.
Aside from encouraging residents to visit parks in their own neighborhoods, the city’s list of restrictions is lengthy. Here are rules to review before your visit:
- Visit alone or only with members in your household.
- Wear a face covering; children age 2 and younger and runners are exempt.
- Observe social-distancing rules with anyone not from your household.
- Jogging, walking, cycling, rollerblading, singles tennis and racquetball are allowed
- Organized sports and training sessions are prohibited, as are social gatherings including birthday parties, barbecues and picnics.
- Pools, courts, playgrounds, picnic shelters, fitness areas, dog parks and sports fields are closed
Here is info on additional cities reopening parks, click to find out which ones in that particular city:
- City of Doral, click here
- City of Coral Gables, click here
- City of Hialeah, click here
- City of North Miami, click here
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