Our After School Program gives children a safe place to participate in fun, athletic and
special programs which help to encourage them to learn, get involved in physical activity
and explore their creativity.
After School runs from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., for children ages 6 - 13 during the school year, children have a wide range of activities to participate in. The City of Miami Parks and Recreation Department offers both paid and free after school programs.
After School Programs are offered at each of the following parks providing there is a minimum enrollment of 12 children.
|Athalie Range Park|
|Bryan Park *|
|Buena Vista Park|
|Charles Hadley Park|
|Coral Gate Park|
|Curtis Park Sports Complex|
|Elizabeth Virrick Park|
|Juan Pablo Duarte Park|
|Grapeland Heights Park|
|Henry Reeves Park|
|Jose Marti Park|
|Legion Memorial Park|
|Lemon City Park *|
|Little Haiti Park|
|Moore Park **|
|Morningside Park (paid)|
|Robert King High Park|
|West End Park|
A $10 registration fee is assesed annually when a child is enrolled in a park
program for the first time for that year. A year is considered summer to summer.
For more information, on After School Programs and when registration begins in your community, please contact the park.
The City of Miami Department of Parks and Recreation participates in the Afterschool Snack Program, a subcomponent of the Child Care Food Program. This program is designed primarily to provide nutritious snacks to children in the Afterschool Programs. Snacks are available at no separate charge to the children in the above listed sites unless otherwise noted.
* Park(s) currently not participating in the snack program.
** Park(s) starting the snack program in the next 30 days.