A Miami In Focus
Pictorial Magazine


One of the amazing things about Central Park are its natural habitats. Though they came about as the result of a well planned vision these sites have now molded their own character by attracting wildlife and reaching a natural state of harmony with the terrain and enviornment. Though diligently maintained they appear as natural as if moulded by the forces of the environment. The Ramble is the most accessible for those entering the park from the south. It is easy to reach by crossing Bow Bridge and entering at this point.

The Lake Shore: C73-W77   The Cave Site: W77

The Gill: C76   The Gorge: C76

  The Point: C7