Tropical Park has a lot to see, do, and enjoy. Your school group, corporate group, or large family and friend group won’t want to worry about parking when your intention is to enjoy all that Tropical Park has to offer. When you rent a charter bus in Miami, you can focus on enjoying the beautiful Miami weather instead of worrying about your parking meter.
Tropical Park is a 275-acre urban park in the Miami Metropolitan area. It opened to the public in 1979 and replaced the former Tropical Park Race Track, which had been in use since the 1930s. It attracts around 15 million visitors each year. Visitors enjoy bicycling, walking, or running on the paved pathways. There is a fitness court and boxing center for visitors looking for a quick workout. It has fields for football, soccer, and softball as well as basketball, volleyball, and racquetball facilities.
Located in Miami’s Westchester neighborhood, the sprawling green space has picnic areas and grilling stations open to the public. Your group can enjoy some frisbee throwing and a farmers market on Saturdays. They are open to the public every day from 7 am to 10:30 pm.
Why charter a bus to visit Tropical Park
Because the park is so big, your group might want to wander a bit to explore the surrounding area and amenities. When you rent a Miami charter bus to handle transportation, your group doesn’t have to worry about finding nearby parking or moving vehicles in accordance with their movement patterns. Your rented school bus, coach bus, or minibus driver will drop you off and pick you up wherever is convenient for you. This means you get to enjoy your day at the park without worrying about transportation logistics.
After a long day of play, your group might want a place nearby to spend the evening. There are a few hotel options within a three mile radius of Tropical Park. Aloft Miami Dadeland, Hampton Inn Miami Dadeland, and Courtyard Miami Dadeland are all nearby options. Looking for a bite to eat? Nearby restaurants include El Chalan Restaurant, Tropical Chinese Restaurant, 3 Chefs and a Chicken, and Dona Paulina. All four of those restaurants are within a mile from the park, so you don’t have to travel far to fill your belly. Adults will enjoy Lincoln’s Beard Brewing Company, a locally owned and operated neighborhood brewpub located in the Miami-Dade community.
If you’re looking for a little adventure, German Tours Everglades offers guided hiking, canoeing, wetwalking, and eco-adventure tours in the area in both German and English languages.
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