The beauty of a picnic is that you can have one almost anywhere. The beach? Sure! At the edge of a bike trail? Absolutely! But if you want to take your picnic to the next level, you'll want to set up somewhere with tables, grills, and restrooms. A.D. Barnes Park fits the bill. Since 1977, the 65-acre park has been an oasis for busy Miamians looking to reconnect with nature. Located on the corner of Bird Road and SW 72nd Avenue, the park includes a nature trail through a pine forest, a pond for fishing, a children's playground, and, of course, multiple picnic areas. Picnic tables are available for free on a first-come, first-served basis, but if you'd like to reserve a pavilion for your group, you can do that too. All-day rates for picnic shelters range from $100 for a 50-person pavilion to $225 for the largest, which can accommodate up to 200 people. The only thing left to decide is what you'll pack in your picnic basket.