Miami isn't exactly overflowing with green space, ranking 52nd last year nationally in Park Score, which studies all sorts of various factors in analyzing parkability across the United States.
However, the parks we do have usually offer some sensational views, considering our proximity to various bodies of water, and a wide-array of outdoor activities suitable for all different types of people.
Some of the greatest outdoor spaces that do exist are the least obvious, a collection of parks, gardens and green spaces. Keep in mind, we tried to stay away from the well known--places like like South Pointe Park in Miami Beach, David T. Kennedy Park in Coconut Grove, and the bustling Museum Park in downtown Miami--and instead hone in on treasures that require more digging.
Here now are 20 such places littered throughout Miami.
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