Coral Reef ParkCurrently Open [Closes at 12:00 pm]
- Address: 7895 SW 152nd St, Palmetto Bay, FL 33157, USA, 33157, Miami, United States
- Timings: 08:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-3052351593
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Park, Family And Kids, Landmarks, Parks, Playgrounds
Sprawling over fifty acres, the Coral Reef Park is blessed with a gurgling canal, vast green space, sports fields, concession stands and kids’ playground. Adjacent to the pine groves preserve area, the tranquil canal attracts a number of native wildlife and indigenous birds. The sports enthusiasts can utilize the beach volleyball courts, baseball and softball diamonds, tennis courts, football fields and racquetball courts. Fitness freaks can check out the exercise stations or the paved walking, bicycling and jogging path. While enjoying a leisurely stroll along the Coral Reef Park, you can explore the natural pineland reserve and the Ken Robinson Meditation Garden and Gazebo. The Recreation room, the Bandshell, Gazebo and the outdoor Picnic Areas can be rented for private parties and functions.
- Bus 57 to stop -SW 77 Av@SW 146 Te
- Bus 57 to stop -SW 77 Av@SW 152 St
- Buses 57, PALBVA to stop -SW 152 St@SW 78 CT
- Bus 57 to stop -SW 152 St@SW 79 Av
- Bus 57 to stop -SW 152 St@SW 80 Av
Love this park. Beautiful atmosphere, kind people. I also enjoy the squirrels and the ducks. What an excellent place to workout in.
Very clean and it has a really nice atmosphere. I highly reccommend taking you and/or your kids here. Very fun and it is seperated in three areas for
If you have a small gathering for a Birthday party, avoid this place. The staff will kick you out. They seem to pick on birthday parties and amateur sports. Seems like Palmetto Bay wants to raise funds. We had several small birthday parties before Palmetto Bay Incorporated, and it never interfered with anyone else. Lately they drive around in golf carts and they kick you out if you have a cake. I fault city government more. Parking is over run by people attending games and practices. It’s a city park, but city residents can’t enjoy it. It’s sad that we enjoyed the park more before Palmetto Bay became a city. They do have a very nice walking path however.
I love this park. Landscaping is always on point and is constantly being maintained. This park has quite a few walking trails and many fields for sports and recreational activities. The trails are wide enough for bicycles. There are multiple tennis courts and to racquetball courts that can be used free of charge. You need to bring your own balls and rackets though. There is also a large playground for children of multiple ages ranging from toddlers and infants to older children. There is a lot to do at this park and is enjoyable to be at. The only thing I would recommend is not to bother or feed the Ducks as they tend to swarm whenever there is food and occasionally become aggressive.
The park atmosphere is wonderful, but it could be better. The maintenance of the bridge as far as the cleanliness must be addressed. The walking track isn't maintained for cleanliness either.