On Tuesday, the City of Miami Beach, in partnership with the Trust for Public Land and TD Bank, unveiled a new Fitness Zone at Flamingo Park.

“The completion of the Fitness Zone marks an important milestone as one of the slated improvements in the Flamingo Park Master Plan,” noted Mayor Dan Gelber. “We’re excited to debut this area for people of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities to utilize and enjoy.”

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Curated to provide a full-body workout and flexibility for multiple individuals to workout at once, the fitness zone stations feature six exercise units targeting the upper body and three focusing on the lower body. Three of the stations are wheelchair accessible, allowing those with mobility impairments to exercise in an outdoor gym tailored to their needs.

Flamingo Park

“The Trust for Public Land is honored to partner with the City of Miami Beach to add this terrific new Fitness Zone to the historic Flamingo Park, thanks to a generous gift from TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank®,” shared Adrian Benepe, SVP and Director of National Programs for The Trust for Public Land.

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The Flamingo Park Fitness Zone was made possible through a $120,000 donation from the Trust for Public Land (TPL) through their Miami-Dade Fitness Zone Program, which focuses on parks in communities with health and fitness needs.

“We’re committed to making a positive impact and providing urban green spaces for the communities where we live, work and play,” said Nick Miceli, TD Bank Regional President. “We’re thrilled to work with great partners such as The Trust for Public Land and the City of Miami Beach to do this.”