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Pinecrest Gardens Farmer’s Market

The Farmer’s Market at Pinecrest Gardens is in operation year-round. Every Sunday, local farmers, botanists, and other independently owned producers from various local towns, such as the Redlands, Homestead, Clewiston, gather around 9 am to sell their fresh fruits, veggies, flowers, meats, cheeses, honey, breads, pastries, juices, coffees, teas, and other specialty items. The Miami New Times named Pinecrest Gardens Farmer’s Market as one of the best farmer’s markets in Miami in 2010. It has maintained its reputation as a great place to get fresh local produce at a fair and reasonable price. Avoid the middleman and support your local farmers by checking out this unique local market.


Wayside Market

If you love fresh fruits and vegetables, then stop by the Wayside Market. Wayside Market has been providing the Pinecrest neighborhood with local produce since 1948. In addition to produce, they also serve ice cream, lunch items, pastries, and when in season, the famous “Knaus Berry Farm” cinnamon rolls. If you are ever in the area, you should definitely try their ever-popular strawberry milkshakes. They are sweet and delicious!



Public Parks in Pinecrest are the pinnacle of family fun. Each one offers various activities, including tennis courts, soccer fields, picnic areas, and playgrounds. No matter which park you choose to visit, you will be sure to have a great time.

Public Parks in Pinecrest are the pinnacle of family fun. Each one offers various activities, including tennis courts, soccer fields, picnic areas, and playgrounds. No matter which park you choose to visit, you will be sure to have a great time.

Pinecrest Community Center (5855 Killian Drive)

Pinecrest Community Center is more than just a park. It is an integral part of the entire Pinecrest Community. At the Community Center, you can find plenty of activities for the entire family. It is the heart of the park system in Pinecrest. Many
community gatherings take place in its facilities. It has the basic all-purpose fields and walking paths that come with most Pinecrest parks, but it also boasts a state-of-the-art fitness center with updated fitness equipment. Different health and fitness classes can be taken at the center, including weight-training programs, core training, Pilates, ballet, cardio exercises, and others.

You can also take many general life enrichment classes at the Community Center, like SAT prep, Chinese 101, Judo, Tai Chi, Boot Camp training, fencing, and many more. Some dance classes include ballet, salsa, line dancing, belly dancing, and modern dance. You can also create your own rock band and practice in the facilities on the property. Seniors also play a vital role within the community. There are AARP sponsored driving programs, as well as many wellness screenings and classes specifically for senior citizens. No matter who you are or what kind of interests you have, the Pinecrest Community has something in store for you.

Coral Pine Park (6955 SW 104 th Street)

Coral Pine Park is a nine-acre park open from 8 am until 10 pm daily. On any given day or night, you will be sure to find plenty of active locals playing tennis on one of the six lighted tennis courts or on the all-purpose field. Coral Pine Park also has a playground for the kids and a recreation center for any large-scale meetings or social gatherings. If you are looking for a peaceful place to read or meditate, this park also has a natural area, perfect for taking it easy.

Evelyn Greer Park (8200 SW 124 th Street)

Evelyn Greer Park is the headquarters for the local Pinecrest athlete. This ten-acre
park has it all: batting cages, softball and soccer fields, and nice jogging trail. If you
have tots, then this park would be great for you. In 2005, Parenting Magazine voted the playground located on the property as one of the best playgrounds in South Florida. Evelyn Greer Park is also a great place for the active student. It has a large community gazebo with Wi-Fi. If you are studying for a big test or writing a research paper and feeling overwhelmed, come do your work here for some fresh air and a nice green view

Flagler Grove Park (7551 SW 104 th Street)

Flagler Grove Park is a three-acre park located in the heart of Pinecrest. This park is
a prime youth soccer area. Pinecrest Premier Soccer Club, one of South Florida’s most active youth soccer programs, plays many of its games on the lighted soccer fields in the park. Flagler Grove Park also has a great boundless playground. This is a playground designed with all kids in mind. It focuses on eliminating barriers that usually prevent kids with disabilities, including physical, sensory, cognitive, and developmental disabilities, from playing on normal playgrounds. The fact that this park exists here in Pinecrest shows the community’s dedication to provide a high quality of life for all of its citizens.

Red Road Linear Park (East side of Red Road between Kendall Drive and Killian

Red Road Linear Park is not your average park. It is an elongated two and a half mile
piece of land that stretches along the Snapper Creek Canal and Red Road. It is primarily used for its walking and bicycle path, but it also has three rest areas where people are often seen having picnics or reading and relaxing. The trail also has coral rock accents and beautiful landscaping that fittingly highlight the historic Red Road.

Suniland Park (12855 Pinecrest Parkway)

Suniland Park is one of Pinecrest’s most beloved parks. It is home to many athletic
facilities, including football fields, baseball diamonds, and basketball courts. After being redeveloped in 2002-2003, the park added a community gazebo, more basketball courts and football fields, a jogging path, and plenty of lighting upgrades for nighttime activities. Howard Palmetto, a local baseball organization, as well as the Suniland Sundevils, a youth football team, both play most of their home games at the park. The Suniland Sundevils provide Pinecrest youth with both tackle and flag football programs.

Veterans Wayside Park (11111 Pinecrest Parkway)

This little park it located on US1 (Pinecrest Parkway). It has a beautiful pond with a scenic fountain. There are areas for picnicking and resting. The four and a half acre park is dedicated to the men and women of the Armed Forced of the United States. One of the roads that line it, 79 th Avenue, was designated as Veterans Parkway in 2007.


Pinecrest is a grand slam community for any tennis lover. There are three prime spots with top-notch tennis courts within the Village of Pinecrest.

Coral Pine Park

Coral Pine Park, which is also profiled in our Parks section, has a total of six lighted tennis courts. It can be found at 6955 SW 104thStreet, Pinecrest, FL. This park also has many other commodities, including a natural area and an all-purpose sports field. If you have kids, then they can have fun on the fields or in the playground while you ace your serves.

Coral Oaks Tennis Club

Coral Oaks Tennis Club is another local tennis hotspot. It is located at 10530 SW 57thAvenue, Pinecrest, FL. This is a private membership tennis club in the middle of Pinecrest. It contains twelve lighted clay courts nestled in the middle of five acres of local flora. There are even tons of oak trees, hence the name Coral Oaks. Showers and locker rooms can also be found on the property. There are many options for lessons, including group clinics, private lessons, team practices, afterschool youth programs, and tennis camps.

Royal Palm Tennis Club

Located at 7001 SW 98thStreet, Pinecrest, FL, Royal Palm Tennis Club is a well-known private tennis facility that has been in business for over 50 years. They also have many different lessons and programs fit for people of all ages and skill levels. The ten acre club contains 2 hard courts and 19 clay courts, 15 of which are lighted. It is open all day to its 300 members and 35 junior members. There are locker rooms and a pro shop on site. 


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