The Trust for Public Land has been working to bring Fitness Zone® installations to parks across the nation and established the first one in Miami-Dade County in July 2012.
The Trust for Public Land is partnering with the Miami-Dade Parks and Recreation Department to build new Fitness Zone® installations in West Perrine Park, Oak Grove Park, Leisure Lakes Park, and Martin Luther King Park.
The Trust for Public Land is working with local nonprofits and government agencies to create parks that will transform urban Miami into a green, livable, and healthy city.
This 0.72-mile-long corridor, located north of Lake Highland and known as The Dinky Line, runs between the city’s downtown urban core and Loch Haven Park—home to art museums, performing arts theaters and a science center.
In 2005, TPL purchased a two-mile corridor from CSX Transportation, Inc. that brought the Pinellas Trail into downtown St. Petersburg, creating a safe, convenient route for bicyclists and pedestrians to travel in and out of downtown.
The Trust for Public Land is helping the city of Orlando expand the city's well-loved Lake Enola Park.
The Miami Greenway's 5.5 miles of parks, playgrounds and pathways, once complete, will be perfect for strolling, cycling, or taking in the rhythm of the river.
In Florida and across the country, TPL works together with CSX Railroad to turn abandoned rail beds into trails for walking, biking, skate boarding, and other outdoor activities.
In 2002, TPL purchased two vacant lots adjacent to a YWCA for the first new community designed playground, which the YWCA will maintain and operate under lease from Miami-Dade County.
The Trust for Public Land purchased this park land for downtown Tampa in 1999, the first site acquired as part of the city's plan to integrate its waterfront parks into a connected system.