Miami's Ten Best Hidden Parks

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Pinetree Park

Pinetree Drive and West 45th Street, Miami Beach

Located amid Pinetree Drive mansions, this park gives the public a taste of that Indian Creek view. In fact, the park affords a direct view of the Fontainebleau hotel. The park features walking trails, an area for dogs, and even a place to launch a kayak.

Fruit & Spice Park

24801 SW 187th Ave., Homestead

Well known to some locals yet criminally secret to others, this botanical garden features 30 acres of herbs, nuts, spices, and unusual fruits. Park staff offers guided tours, and there's a gift shop up front where you can purchase products made from the park's unusual fruits.

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