Parks, Playgrounds & Playing Fields


Parks

  • Village Green
    Village Green, 9.5 acres in size and located in the heart of the community, contains multi-use open fields, a half-mile jogging course, a tot lot with interactive splash fountain, a community bandstand, restrooms and small shade pavilion. A bricked promenade across the park features a large fountain as its centerpiece as well as tree-shaded benches. The full-service Community Center, with gymnasium and pool, abuts the Village Green to the south.

  • Beach Park
    Beach Park, the Village’s newest park right on the Atlantic Ocean, features a palm entrance plaza, native landscaping, a walk-through splash fountain, a large shade pavilion, restrooms with shower facilities, and a dune walkthrough to the beach. Entry to the park is restricted to residents only and is obtained via electronic access card. (Information on how to apply for an access card is given here.)

  • Lake Park
    Lake Park, nearly one acre in size, features a small shade pavilion overlooking a lake with an aeration fountain. It is located at the corner of Crandon Boulevard and East Enid Drive.

  • East Enid Linear Park
    East Enid Linear Park, one-half mile in length, is a ten-foot wide, shaded brick walkway leading from Lake Park to Ocean Park along East Enid Drive.

Residents and visitors have access to more parks and recreational opportunities on the island. The Village is bordered to the north by Miami-Dade County's Crandon Park and to the south by Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, and has at its eastern shore nearly 30 acres of pristine Atlantic Ocean beach.

 

Playing Fields

  • Village Green
    Open multipurpose fields are located north and south of the brick promenade with fountain near the center of the park. Portable baseball/softball backstops, soccer goals, and football goals are set up in the park during seasons for those youth sports, allowing plenty of room for free play and kite flying. A bocce court is located in the southwest corner of the park between the playground and jogging path.
  • St. Agnes Field
    Lighted multipurpose fields and one full court basketball court at 100 Harbor Drive are used by the Village for youth and adult sports under a shared-use agreement with the Archdiocese of Miami.
  • Key Biscayne K-8 Center Field
    One softball/baseball field with backstop and dugouts, open space for soccer practice, and two basketball courts (one court with youth height hoops) are used by the Village under a shared-use agreement with Miami-Dade County Public Schools.

  • MAST Academy Field
    A lighted multipurpose artificial turf field is used by both MAST Academy and the Village under a shared-use agreement with Miami-Dade County Public Schools. It is home to youth soccer, field hockey, baseball and rugby.
  • Crandon Park
    Public lighted playing fields east of Crandon Boulevard are used by the Village for youth and adult team sports. The space accommodates two regulation-size softball/baseball fields and soccer fields.


Playgrounds

Playgrounds/tot lots are located at the southwestern end of the Village Green and in Calusa Park.

The Village Green facility has play equipment in specific areas for toddlers and for older children, and features a splash fountain and easy access to a shade pavilion and shaded benches. The toddler play area has a shade canopy. A knee wall along the Fernwood Road side of the playground provides protection from children running out of the park as well as additional seating.

 

The Calusa Park facility, part of Crandon Park, is used by the Village under a shared-use agreement with Miami-Dade County. A pavilion with rest rooms and public tennis courts are also available for use.

 

 

 

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