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Palmetto Bay Park

US / Florida
Listed By: Miami-Dade Office of Film & Entertainment
Location ID: #029-10020830
Online Resources Facility (Party) Rentals Quick Links About Palmetto Bay Park Park Amenities Hours of Operation Directions to Palmetto Bay Park Contact Information About Palmetto Bay Park In just under three years, this park has transitioned from a 5-acre park to a 25-acre park facility. Formerly known as Perrine Park, Palmetto Bay Park was renamed by the Village Council in 2006. The new Palmetto Bay Park features a popular skate pavilion, basketball courts, the largest Boundless Playgrounds in South Florida, and a six-field, state-of-the-art softball complex, Palmetto Bay Park is truly a multi-recreational facility. The focal point of the park is a two-story concession building and observation deck. The park also houses a recreation room that allows for indoor recreation activities and more. A meandering tree-shaded pathway for walkers, joggers and bicyclists surround the entire property and covered picnic pavilions within the large open green spaces are a haven for family gatherings and party rentals. . Click here for additional info.

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  • PARKS - [general]
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  • PARKS - Playgrounds
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  • PARKS - Town / City / County Parks
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  • SPORTS - [general]
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  • SPORTS - Baseball / Softball Fields
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  • SPORTS - Basketball Courts
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  • SPORTS - Skate Parks / Bike

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Palmetto Bay, FL 33157
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Miami-Dade Office of Film & Entertainment
Miami, FL
Phone: 305.375.3288
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