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Miami is an ideal city to enjoy the fresh air and the open green parks. We have several national parks in the county and recreational areas where you can relax and spend a beautiful afternoon. It’s a great way to interact with a natural atmosphere and keep a healthy way of entertain the kids in outdoor activities.



Everglades National Park

The Everglades showcase the nature in its most wild and authentic aspect. An airboat that rides on the swamps will be a thrilling experience for the adventurers. Walking or biking tours on the everglades paths is the opportunity to cross roads with gators, crocodiles and snakes. Some very impressive alligators feeding shows are also scheduled.
Address: 40001 State Road 9336
Homestead, FL 33034
Phone: 305-242-7700
Web: everglades.national-park.com



Micoosukee Indian Village

On the Tamiami Trail, Miccoosukee Indian Village showcases the past, present and future of the Miccosukee tribe. A museum, restaurant and gift shop are on premises, and other entertainment includes alligator wrestling and airboat rides.
Address: Mile Marker 70, U.S. 41 Tamiami Trail
Miami, FL 33144
Phone: 305-223-8380
Web: miccosukeeresort.com


Oleta State Recreation Area

This park has a shaded beach and is popular with Snake River boaters and kayakers. This park also features tracks designed for mountain bikers with up and down elevations of up to 5 feet high.
Address: 3400 N.E. 163rd Street
North Miami, FL 33160
Phone: 305-957-3040
Web: floridastateparks.org

 






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