Located in the famous Coconut Grove area, the Kennedy park is of much interest to people who love to take a retreat in the lap of nature. Overlooking the open bay, this park looks picturesque in the midst of the hustle and bustle of the city. However, this park is not just meant for taking strolls but includes amenities to engage people such as an outdoor gym, a running path, an outdoor track and a walking path. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Miami itinerary 5 days.
Entrance Ticket Details For Kennedy Park
- Entry is free.
Kennedy Park Hours
- Open from Sunrise to Sunset.
How to Reach Kennedy Park
- By Bus station: S Bayshore Dr@# 2480
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95% of people start their Kennedy Park visit around 1 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Kennedy Park
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Kennedy Park
Kennedy Park Reviews & Ratings
The setting is very beautiful facing Biscayne Bay. There is also kind of a dock that you can walk out on and sit and enjoy the view. It's a very large park with a softly paved running path around it. The path has a lot of give in it, so it's gentle on your knees. There is a variety of workout stations. Most notably two sets of dip bars one high and one lower. Also a variety of height of straight bars for many different exercises. There are also monkey bars. If you're into calisthenics, you will find this park a good choice. Also, throughout the park are picnic tables, benches, and trash cans. It is all very well maintained .There is ample parking with a few handicap spots. There was a food truck in the parking lot serving ice and ice cream type of food and drinks. There are also a few sand volleyball courts. The bathrooms are near these courts, but far away from the workout part of the park. They are in air conditioned trailers and very nice. Definitely a good park for a variety of activities!
Not many places like this in Miami. Excellent park. Jogging, biking, walking, and a dog park. Beautiful views of the bay. Cons: parking – make sure you get there early - not enough parking. I’ve never seen an alligator but they do have signs posted to beware!
Today was especially great. Two men were playing their drums, near the volleyball court, under a tree. They were very good. On the other side of park, there was a film crew! AC was sitting outside his lemonade truck talking to customers.
The dog park I feel is a little small. I’m used to the bigger dog parks but it does have a nice view of the water!
Coconut Grove park for sports and peace. At the end of 22 street you can find somewhere else in dusty Miami. A place so green and quiet and beautiful. I took my baby out for early sunshine and it was a perfect time and perfect place for us when we stay in Little Havana. I miss this park so much!