Miami Springs has popular parks residents love to enjoy. Whether for baseball, football, soccer, running, or enjoying the playground, Miami Springs parks have been designed for decades to be enjoyed by all those who are young at heart.
Baseball Fields at Prince Field:
Miami Springs has a multi-generational history of excellent soccer.
Prince Field Playground has been a place kids have loved for decades.
Stafford Park (named after fallen Miami Springs Police Officer, Charles B. Stafford) has been used for baseball and softball for years. It also has a popular walking / running track and a playground for kids.
Across from Miami Springs Senior High, this park features baseball fields and a small tot-lot playground. Plus, it also boasts a popular dog park at North Royal Poinciana Boulevard.
Rio Vista Drive Park
This unassuming park is sandwiched between Rio Vista Drive and Albatross at North Royal Poinciana Boulevard. It features sitting benches and trees.
Ludlam Sunset Park
This park area is at the northern end of the Ludlam bike path. It’s a popular spot for those who want to canoe, kayak, or fish at the Ludlam canal. It also provides a parking area for those interested in walking, running, skating, or biking the Ludlam canal.
A long time ago, this park had a small monkey bar set and swings, but today, it’s basically an open field.