Miami Places to Go!

Relocating? Visiting? Live here but looking for new Miami places to go? These are some of our FAVORITE hidden Miami gems! Some are places off the beaten path... others are top Miami destinations... and all are well worth the visit!! Check back... we add to this list frequently!

Robert Is Here

Family owned fruit & veggie stand... since 1960. Besides stocking up on the freshest, tastiest fruits and vegetables... you'll have to try the BEST milkshakes in town... from strawberry to mango to Key Lime and everything in between!! Go out back and visit the Emu's, goats and iguanas! Do you like to ride a road bike? Robert's is a popular Miami Places to Go destination for group rides! It's on the way to Shark Valley, in the heart of Miami's agricultural/farm area - a great ride! Robert is Here Fruit Stand

So much to do, so much to see! Kayaking, walking, biking, camping. Trails, lodging, fantastic visitor's center has all the information to get you started. You'll never see the rare and glorious wildlife at home and free here, anywhere else! Everglades National Park

Located at mile marker 93.6 in Tavernier since 1984! It is located bayside, and is the primary place for injured birds to be rehabilitated. It is also home to plenty of healthy birds and other wildlife. Run almost entirely on private donations... this place is full of meandering boardwalks taking you past some fantastic wild birds throughout their natural habitat and mangroves. Florida Keys Wild Bird Center

Jungle Island, Miami

Located on Biscayne Bay between Downtown Miami and South Beach (Miami Beach). Visit penguins, tigers, ligers, flamingoes, monkeys, kangaroos, crocodiles and so much more! Get close up and personal with many of the animals and birds here... and speak directly with their human caregivers! Beautiful park offers plenty to see and do. There's even a giant water slide (dry slide in winter) to enjoy! Jungle Island

The Barnacle

Located in the heart of Coconut Grove, this beautiful house, The Barnacle, was built in 1891 and offers a glimpse of Old Florida. Situated on the shore of Biscayne Bay, this was the home of Ralph Middleton Munroe, one of Coconut GroveĀ“s most charming and influential pioneers. The park offers everything from yoga by the sea, to live music and dancing, and more! The Barnacle, Coconut Grove

Deering Estate

Located on historic Old Cutler Road along Biscayne Bay, this beautiful 444 acre estate is an environmental, archeological and historical preserve. From canoe rides to butterfly hikes, and nature guided tours, the Deering Estate has diverse activities for the whole family to enjoy. Deering Estate

Crandon Beach Park, Miami Florida

Located on the barrier island of Key Biscayne, Crandon Beach is over two miles of pristine sand and water... continuously rated as one of the top ten beaches in the nation! Cabanas rent for just $37.50 per day (and have a shower!), beach is wheelchair accessible, surf is calm (great for small children) because of the large sandbar just offshore. Eco-tours come self-guided or take a tour with an expert! The wildlife from birds to butterflies to plant life to sea life - is abundant. Crandon Park features a large carousel, play area and there are tennis and golf facilities. This beach and park area offers something for everyone, and is simply spectacular in it's nature and beauty. It's one of our TOP favorite places to visit in Miami! Crandon Beach - Miami-Dade Parks Site

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