|— Neighborhood of Miami —|
|• City of Miami Commissioner||Wilfredo Gort|
|• Miami-Dade Commissioners||Lynda Bell, Bruno Barreiro, Jean Monestime and Audrey Edmonson|
|• House of Representatives||Luis R. Garcia, Jr. (D), Cynthia Stafford (D), and Carlos Lopez-Cantera (R)|
|• State Senate||Oscar Braynon (D) and Miguel Díaz de la Portilla (R)|
|• U.S. House||Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R)|
|Elevation||10 ft (3 m)|
|• Density||10,697/sq mi (4,130/km2)|
|Time zone||EST (UTC-05)|
|ZIP Code||33125, 33126|
|Area code(s)||305, 786|
Grapeland Heights is a neighborhood in the city of Miami, Florida, United States. It is just east of Miami International Airport and north of Miami's West Flagler neighborhood. It is primarily a single-family residential neighborhood with a significant maritime industry along the neighborhood's eastern end along the Miami River.
In May 2008, Grapeland Water Park opened alongside the Melreese Country Club. The Grapeland Water Park is the first water park to open in Miami. The park is the largest city park in Grapeland Heights, and has proved very popular amongst young Miamians. In June 2011, it received national recognition from the City Parks Alliance chosen for its excellence in design and innovation.
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Grapeland Heights is served by Metrobus throughout the area, and by Tri-Rail. With the completion of the Miami Central Station in 2012, Grapeland Heights will be served by the Miami Metrorail and Amtrak at the station.
- Miami Central Station (Airport) (NW 21st Street and 37th Avenue)
- Miami Central Station (NW 21st Street and 37th Avenue)
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