Known as Betsy Adams and the Coral Gables Garden Club Park, it has had a temporary metal fence around it since opening. Today when I drove by, though, I noticed that the park was roped off and that there was a sign indicating that it is currently closed. Curious, I called the city’s Parks and Recreation Department to see what is going on, and they told me that a new, permanent fence is going up around it, which seems like a good idea for safety reasons.
I am not sure why I am so invested in this little park, other than the fact that I’ve been watching it from its creation until now with fairly regular sightings. Or maybe it is because I like the idea that Coral Gables went out and paid $1,000,000 for a piece of property that then became something great for the community. My kids have outgrown parks and playgrounds, but I am happy to know that I live in a city that is investing in outdoor space for the next generation of Gables kids!
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