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Beginner, intermediate, and expert instruction for skaters and BMX bikers, 3:00 -5:00 p.m. Mondays -Fridays. Call 305-685-8389 for details.
Sunrise-Sunset. Monday-Friday. $4 parking per vehicle on Saturdays and Sundays. Mountain bike trails for beginners, intermediate and advanced riders.
Petting zoo for all and pony rides for little ones. 9 a.m.- 4 p.m.
Pretty Muddy is a 5K adventurous obstacle course mud run for any woman who wants to get outside and spend time with friends and have fun. This wome...
What better way for the world to end than in an orgy of food-truck deliciousness? That’s the inspiration behind Food Truckalypse, a pre-zombie apocalypse event kicking off at Amelia Earhart Park (401 East 65th St., Hialeah) this Friday, AKA... More »
"What went wrong with ZMBLND?" begins organizer Marc Lissade's apology to participants. "I failed and I take full responsibility for the event shortcomings." The zombie-themed 5K set to take place Sa... More »
It's that time of year again, y'all. The season when cool nights replace sticky and muggy... well, everything. The time when children dress up as their favorite fantasy character, and adults enable ... More »
If life’s getting a little mundane, being chased by the bloodthirsty undead might liven it up a little. Just in time for Halloween, the ZMBLND 5K is coming to Miami, and the name of the game is to come out alive. Participants in this gory trek... More »
Let's face it: Even if you're a champion sprinter on the race track, wouldn't you pick up a little speed if zombies were out to eat your brains? Even the exercise-averse are likely to hightail it with the hungry undead on their tails. That's the... More »
Event Review: ZMBLND 5K
Hey New Times:
Check out these people you did a story on last week for the zombie run. Turned out to be a major scam.
We are all livid and demanding our money back from groupon.
Justice needs to be served...help us?
There's nothing like a trip to the park in the summer when you're hurting in the wallet and your kids are driving you bananas. Unfortunately, most parks around town are flat, raccoon-infested wastelands where there's nothing much for tots to do but broil their flesh all day on unkempt playgrounds. Sure, parks are pretty. But you didn't bring them here to compose a sonnet. You came here to pry them away from their PlayStation games and SpongeBob episodes and give them a thrill that takes... More »
"Where is the damn hole?" The question echoes again across the scorched grass of the 18-hole disc golf course inside Amelia Earhart Park, a rolling expanse of forest and lakes on the north end of Hialeah. In theory, that query should be a bad thing: Disc golfing -- which is like regular golf but with flying discs instead of balls and metal baskets rather than holes -- should be about hucking drivers into the distance (and sipping beer as you watch), not hunting for the next, poorly... More »
BEST DOG PARK Amelia Earhart Park 401 E. 65th Street Hialeah 305-769-2693 and The City of Miami Beach There are a lot of good dog parks in the area, which, given the population density, may be surprising. Nonetheless, in a crowded, ruthless, and sometimes lonely city, dogs, aside from wanting to run your life and have you catch a delicious bass for them, don't ask much. Whether you share your recreation time snoozing on a bench with a drooling, pulmonarily incapacitated... More »
Maybe Oleta River State Recreation Area (3400 NE 163rd St., North Miami) is the perpetual winner in this category, but since Amelia Earhart won "Best Place To Mountain Bike" back in 1999 and then slipped a few notches, drastic improvements have been made, thanks mostly to the volunteer efforts of a local cycling group known as In Da House, a mountain-bike crew that cares. These cyclists have weeded, repaired, cleaned, and made improvements to the park just as it seemed on the verge of being... More »
Motorists speeding eastward on Gratigny Parkway might not know that behind the wall of pine trees to their right, mountain bikers are hard at work. If you bring your stump-jumper there, you'll find a frondescent labyrinth winding through the woods on the park's northern edge (or "undeveloped" side, as county employees call it). The course isn't hilly, much less mountainous, but it does have a sufficient number of drops and curves over coral rock and through dense flora to provide a... More »
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