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Go Karts? Check. Bumper Boats? Check. Bowling? Check. Mini Golf? Check. The list goes on and on at this family-friendly amusement park, which also features thrill rides, laser tag, a rock wall, batting cages, and arcade games. There is plenty of fun to be had here for people of all ages. The park also has a cafe, and once had a large roller coaster, which has since been shut down.
As the name suggests, this company offers Hummer tours through Everglades National Park. The private tours last four hours and take passengers through the wet wilderness of the Everglades. Additional tours include air boat rides, horseback riding, and fishing, along with the Hummer ride. Customers are picked up from their hotels in a Hummer H2, and the tour begins. Customers can be picked up from any hotel in Miami, Broward, Collier, or Key Largo. The four-hour Hummer adventure costs USD249 for adults and USD99 for children 14 and under, and for an additional USD100 customers also get an airboat safari tour.
This museum has what it takes to retain the attention of an 8-year-old. You will find children immersed in workshops, lecture series, plays and films. Kids can also join classes and clubs. This place addresses important issues, such as education, child care and safety, family health care and parenting.
If you are looking for fresh south Florida vegetables and fruit, this farm stand is worth a visit. You will find a variety of delicious produce, including specialty strawberries. The farm also sells fruit ice creams and milkshakes, including their famous strawberry shakes. Burr's Berry Farm opens between Christmas and New Year's Day and closes in mid May.
Homestead Bayfront Marina popular south Dade County marina's location, which is next to the Convoy Point Visitor Center, headquarters for Biscayne National Park, makes it an excellent launch point for boaters visiting the park. The marina offers wet slips and boat launch ramps. The marina also features fuel sales and a bait and tackle shop.
Miami/Homestead KOA located in a rural setting in Homestead, is a campground situated among avocado and mango groves. Here, you can set up your tent or recreational vehicle (RV) and have access to amenities including hot showers and a laundry. The campground also features full RV hookup, 30-amp electricity, propane and a grocery store. If desired, you can also stay in an air-conditioned cabin. Campground activities include a pool and hot tub, picnic shelters, a recreation hall, horseshoes and shuffleboard. A pub is also featured on-site. With its diverse offerings and pet-friendly policy, this campground is a great place for families.
A subtropical climate, a broad, shallow river, and a unique variety of plant and animal life make Everglades National Park well worth the visit. Wildlife species include the Florida Panther, American Crocodile, and West Indian Manatee, all three of which are on the endangered species list. This large expanse of wilderness can be explored throughout the year; guided tours led by park rangers are available. Named a World Heritage Site, an International Biosphere Reserve, and a Wetland of International Importance, the park is without question a national landmark and treasure.
Situated in the up-and-coming area of Mary Brickell Village, this art gallery-bar concept is right at home. It gives the customer a place to have fun and get to know the local art community. You can feel like a VIP and enjoy art in a relaxed atmosphere. The decoration feels like your living room with dark wood, soft lights and interesting art. Every second Wednesday of the month is gallery night, and new works are displayed from 7:30p to 9:30p. The owners, Daniel Baez and Courtlandt McQuire, want to keep their place friendly, offering fun and art appreciation for the community. - Mercedes de Marchena
This innovative boutique is the brainchild of So Florida designer Claudia Sanz and her husband Carlos. The 1400-square-foot white and green space, with its white leather sofas and amazing art displays, is designed to highlight the work of designers from around the world, as well as the owner's. Once a month, a local artist is invited to exhibit. The works are displayed on walls as decoration around the space. This blend of arts is what makes this shop unique. The owners are environmentally conscious and use their place to raise money for ecological and social issues. It is worth the visit and an asset to the area. - Mercedes de Marchena
Tucked away in a relatively unknown corner in the Coral Way neighborhood of Miami, this nature park offers striking views of both Biscayne Bay and Downtown Miami. The park features trails, fitness stations, a playground, a basketball court, as well as picnic tables and barbecues. These features, combined with the magnificent views, make the park a great spot to have a picnic or barbecue with friends or family, or just to spend a nice day outside.
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