- Parks & Recreation
- Parks / Pools
- Passive Parks
Bus Stop Park
The purpose of Bus Stop Park is two-fold: to work as an active bus stop for nearby residents and to raise awareness on public transportation. Click here for more info.
Don Quijote Plaza
The legendary character of Don Quijote is put on display with a Hialeah twist. Visit the Don Quijote Plaza to experience an amazing artistic feat; truly one of a kind. Click here for more info.
Entrance Plaza Park
Entrance Plaza Park is the gateway into the City of Hialeah. Visible from Okeechobee Road, this City landmark is famous for its on-street view. Click here for more info.
Ethel Primus Park
Ethel Primus Park is sometimes referred to as the gateway to the Town of Seminola. The passive park includes plenty of green space and shade for those interested in picnicking. Click here for more info.
Garden of the Arts
Garden of the Arts is the perfect combination of nature and art. Its walking trail guides you through different artistic pieces. Click here for more info.
KC Park is located on the corner of West 4 Avenue and West 44 Place. It includes a scenic seating area with a beautiful view. Click here for more info.
Ken Mattingly Park
Ken Mattingly Park is an open green space strategically located within a residential area near Okeechobee Road. Click here for more info.
Often referred to as Monument Park for short, Cuban Culture in Exile Heritage Park is a beacon of remembrance for all Cuban-Americans. Click here for more info.
Timothy Artman Park
This passive park is located near Palm Lakes Park and complete with a walking trail and butterfly garden. Click here for more info.
Trail Park is Hialeah's newest park. Spanning 30 acres, Trail Park is perfect for scenic walk/jog or bike ride around its trail. Click here for more info.
Veteran's Park is the City's most popular throughout the holidays. Located just minutes from City Hall, Veteran's Park is a unique style of passive park. Click here for more info.