South Miami Dade
Star Stables in southwest Miami-Dade county is a premier equestrian center that offers boarding, training, and horses for sale. On their property they currently have over 35 stalls, from which several are standards, others over-sized, or some with their private run-in paddock. They like to tailor the services & care provided to your horse according to its needs, providing you with advice, suggestions, and options to create the perfect package for a wonderful experience for both, horse and owner at Star Stables Miami.
If you're looking for a unique family adventure and the adrenaline rush of a lifetime, then look no further than SkyDive Miami. Located in Homestead, Florida, within Miami-Dade county, SkyDive Miami has been in business since 1998 and operates from the Homestead General Airport.
The Bill Sadowski Park & Nature Center in Miami is the ideal family location for nature enthusiasts. This is a lovely, 30 acre park that encompasses all the natural beauty and wildlife of South Florida. This park is a three habitat park that has natural pinelands, a tropical hardwood hammock and drained Everglades slough.
The Robert King High Park and Carlos Arboleya Campground in Miami, Florida dates from the early 70's and was reopened in 2011 after extensive remodeling. The improved park features a new building for classes and meetings plus the addition of a sanded volleyball court.
Lady Palm Ranch in Miami is a horse stable that offers a trail ride along the Everglades Canal Waterway, and it is one and a half hours long. A maximum of four riders is allowed per group, and children are allowed as long as they are 5 years of age and above. The ranch is located in Miami, Florida, and it has everything you need for your equestrian activities. Whether you’re an experienced rider or a beginner, the ranch can be able to accommodate your needs to ensure that you have a satisfying experience.
If you are looking for a cool and enjoyable attraction for both you and your family, then the Miami Equestrian Center is the place to be. Located in the serene environs of southwest Miami-Dade County the facility offers an all-round family oriented atmosphere filled with fun fare and interactive events.
The Evelyn Greer Park in Pinecrest (Miami), is a family friendly park that is set on a ten acre piece of land and boasts of having received the 2008 Best Wi-Fi Award. Evelyn Greer Park was formerly known as "Pinecrest Park". The park is renowned for having spacious yet excellently manicured green fields. Various exciting activities can be held in the park because it has versatile fields for athletic games such as soccer and soft ball, a community gazebo, a tot lot and a recreation centre.
Coral Reef Park in Palmetto Bay is the village's premier public park with over 50 acres of stunning south Florida. Many families enjoy coming to this park for the natural pineland preserves, the beautiful wildlife, outdoor sports and tennis lessons. You will see many people enjoying a rest under the shady trees, reading books, bird watching, picnicking and more. This park has a tranquil feel with a lovely, streaming canal and peaceful walking trails. You will easily see why it is consistently rated 4 & 5 stars on most review sites.
K-land Park is an interesting fun packed recreational outdoor space located in the area of Kendall in Miami, Florida. The park promises an array of activities to visitors that will leave a footprint in their memories as they enjoy the cool serene aura brought about by the well-manicured landscape of the park and the cool breezes coming from the park’s lake. Programming at this county park is run by the Boys & Girls Club.
Seminole Wayside Park, located in Homestead, is the perfect place to enjoy nature. This park is one of the oldest parks acquired in Miami-Dade county. The park is enclosed by a low rock wall all the way around it's 27.7 acres of beauty. The park contains a variety of plant life including some endangered species. Two of these species are federally endangered, while the other twenty-four are endangered inside the state. From sunrise to sunset, this park is open to any visitors to come and enjoy.