This park is basically the only remaining proof of what Brickell used to look like before all these buildings and people arrived and many native plant species have been preserved here.
7.8-acre urban retreat preserving a tropical hardwood hammock with native & threatened plants.
7.8-acre urban retreat preserving a tropical hardwood hammock with native and threatened plants.
A protected tropical hardwood hammock. What Miami looked like before it was developed.
A little something for nature lovers. Simpson Park is remarkable because it is adjacent to the the incredible high-rise glitz of Brickell, but is an intact piece of original hardwood hammock showing us what Brickell was like only 120 years ago. You walk into another world there. Meander down…
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