If you are looking for a diving adventure while you are in south Florida, try Divers' Paradise. Dives are offered for the advanced scuba diver and the novice. The most popular destinations include Emerald Reef, a coral cluster three miles from Key Biscayne, and various sunken ship sites in the area. Have a longer trip in mind? Try a relaxing excursion to Crystal River Springs in northern Florida or to Cancun or Cozumel in Mexico.
If you are over the age of 21 and want to cruise around Biscayne Bay, this conveniently located facility can get you on the water. Beach Boat Rentals rents 50-horsepower, 18-foot powerboats at moderate hourly rates.
Located on a private beach in the Miami Marine Stadium lagoon, tTony's Jet Ski Rentals offers adventure enthusiasts an enjoyable way to tour scenic south Florida islands and sites. With one of the largest selections in the area, it rents out jet skis and wave runners at moderate hourly rates.
Conveniently located, Milton E. Thompson Campground offers tent and recreational vehicle (RV) camping sites with amenities that include full electrical hookups for RVs, bathrooms, hot showers, and laundry facilities. The campground allows campfires and features on-site security. The facility also rents long-term storage space for RVs.
9700 Southwest 328 Street Biscayne National Park Homestead, FL 33033 +1 305 230 7275
Associated with Biscayne National Park, Elliott Key Campsite island campground, accessible only by boat, is a great spot for those who enjoy rustic living. The campground includes 40 primitive island tent sites. Limited campground amenities include showers, restrooms and drinking water. Campers should bring all supplies and food and must pack out their own trash. Tour boats visit the island and will drop off campers. Call for more details.
This is the historic boyhood home of George Merrick, the founding father of Coral Gables. In the 1920s, Merrick designed many of the elegant mansions that can be found in this tree lined, upscale neighborhood. Take a guided tour through the house constructed of coral rock or wander on your own around the lovely gardens and grounds. The home contains many of Merrick's original furnishings and gives a glimpse of South Florida life during this period.
Located near the Homestead Motor Sports Complex as well as shopping and golf, The Broadwalk campground offers recreational vehicle (RV) sites and amenities including laundry facilities, pay telephones and cable TV. The sites feature full RV hookups with both 30- and 50-amp electricity. Campground activities include a heated swimming pool, a recreation hall, tennis, horseshoes and a lighted shuffleboard court.
601 Northwest Third Avenue Florida City, FL 33034 +1 305 248 7889
Located on level ground near shopping, a racetrack and other attractions, Florida City Camp Site & RV Park offers tent and recreational vehicle (RV) campsites with access to amenities including a laundry, pay telephones, a dump station and security fencing. RV sites feature full hookups with 30- and 50-amp electricity. Additional campground amenities include picnic tables and shelters, a recreation hall, playground, shuffleboard and seasonal recreational events.
3300 North Park Road Topeekeegee Yugnee Park Hollywood, FL 33021 +1 954 985 1980
T.Y. Whispering Pines Campground has 12 sites for tents and 48 for RVs. All RV sites feature electrical outlets, water, grills and picnic tables. Restrooms feature showers and laundry facilities. Campground amenities and activities include a swimming lagoon, fishing, boating, bike trails and bike and sports equipment rentals. The campground also provides free movies to its guests every Friday evening.
Miami Beach Marina - located adjacent to Government Cut, this attractive marina features a variety of sporting activities amid a setting of palm trees and stone picnic tables. The marina provides boat slips that offer freshwater, electricity and telephone and cable hookups. Marina amenities include a control tower with weather service, 24-hour dock attendants, 24-hour security patrol, a lighted parking lot, laundry facilities, U.S. Customs clearing and a heated swimming pool. Visitors can rent boats, charter yachts, sailboats and sport and drift-fishing boats to enjoy dining and dance cruises. The marina also provides restaurants, a gourmet grocery store, water taxi service and a marine hardware, bait and tackles shop.
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