Formerly the Melreese Golf Course, this 18-hole public course designed by Charles Mahannah and opened in 1997 is 7,173 yards, par 71 from the back tees and 5,534 yards, par 71 from the front tees. Although golf caddies are not available and walking the course is not permitted, golf carts are included in the greens fees. Note that shoes with metal spikes are not permitted on this course. The course offers reduced fees on weekdays, during the low season (March-November), for twilight play and for juniors. Discount golf packages and rental clubs are available.
This sixty-lane bowler's dream on Bird Road offers automatic scoring and nightly specials. Very competitive hourly rates and party packages are available as well. At this popular locale, host to year-round leagues and summer camps, the familiar sound of dropping pins is music to the patrons' ears. Not just for bowlers, the establishment also features 18 billiard tables, a video arcade, and the Rabbit's Lounge.
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Zoo Miami is the oldest and largest zoo in the entire state of Florida. The zoo is what is called a "free range zoo," where none of the animals are caged. Due to its tropical climate, it is an ideal zoo for observing animals from warmer areas of the world like Australia and Africa. Visit all kinds of animals from native Caimans to more exotic animals like the Tree Kangaroo. The zoo also has several cafes and concession stands scattered throughout so everyone can keep well fed
This nostalgic village takes visitors back to simpler times of Old South Florida. The village is great not only for walking around and taking in the sights of fountains, gardens, and cottages, but for shopping as well. The unique shops include a spice and incense store, a pet store, a craft store, a book store, several antique stores, and even a top hat store, among others. The village also features two restaurants and a popular tea room. The village can also be used for private events, weddings, and photo shoots.
Located in the village of Pinecrest, Temple Beth Am is a synagogue and a community that nurtures and perpetuates Judaism. Through its various activities it tries to enrich the lives of its members using the teachings of the religion. The Temple also organizes various social events, talks and seminars. Non members can also participate in some of these events, the details for which are on the web site.
Known as SoBe to the locals, Ocean Drive is quintessential Miami at its finest. Besides being the most picturesque part of the city, this famous stretch of road is the cultural hub of Miami. Trendy hotels, upscale eateries, and beautiful people fill the sidewalks amidst the mass of tourists. Art galleries and clothing boutiques thrive here, offering visitors an insight into one of the worlds foremost fashion and art centers. Ocean Drive is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places, with over 800 preserved and protected Art Deco Buildings which have put South Beach on the map the world over.
This ultracool new spot is the twin rink to Miami Ice Arena. Located in the southwest end of Dade County, this venue features two ice surfaces and many fun activities for the entire family, including public day and evening open-skate sessions, figure skating, ice hockey, skating classes, birthday parties, special summer programs, and a sports shop. Discount group rates are available. Call or e-mail for further information.
Whether you are looking for a good workout, a great place to relax in the fresh air, or the perfect spot for a picnic, Tropical Park is ideal. One of the largest parks in town, it features four lakes, separate football, soccer, and softball fields, plus racquetball, volleyball, and basketball courts. Other park activities include swimming, sunbathing, freshwater fishing and fishing contests, paddle boating, and bicycling, with boat and bicycle rentals available weekends and holidays.
Formerly the Kendale Lakes Golf Course, Miami National Golf Club is a stop on the LPGA Tour (1971-73), this 27-hole layout designed by Mark Mahannah provides three challenging golf courses: the Barracuda/Marlin Course, the Dolphin/Barracuda Course and the Dolphin/Marlin Course. Although caddies are not available and walking the course is not permitted, golf carts are included in the greens fees. The facility rents clubs and permits shoes with metal spikes.
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