Miami's Ten Best Hidden Parks

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Alice C. Wainwright Park

2845 Brickell Ave., Miami

Located between Vizcaya and the west end of the Rickenbacker Causeway, this is one of Miami's least crowded bayfront parks and a great place to catch the sunrise over the bay.

Country Club Prado

910 Country Club Prado, Coral Gables

Thanks to NYC's High Line, linear parks are all the rage. What Country Club Prado lacks in total length and elevation compared to the High Line, it makes up for in architecture and history. This 13-acre parks cuts through a slice of residential Coral Gables and features breathtaking examples of the city's famous Spanish-style architecture.

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