Things to Do in Homestead

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Home to many species of wildlife, this 0.8-mile trail through the Everglades begins at the Royal Palm Visitor Center. The path runs over the sawgrass... Read More

Ninety-five percent of this colorful park on Miami’s doorstep is underwater. Save for 30 islets and a mangrove forest fringe on the mainland,... Read More

The Mystery: Made from 1,100 tons of megalithic-style limestone boulders—some heavier than the Pyramids' and bigger than those at Stonehenge&mdash... Read More

The Ernest Coe Visitors Center contains informative exhibits designed to educate the public on the history and the importance of the Everglades. The... Read More

The only park of its kind in the United States, the Fruit and Spice Park is a 37-acre public park filled with more than 500 types of fruits, vegetables,... Read More

The Hell's Bay Canoe Trail runs through a complex mangrove ecosystem in the Everglades. So named because it was once considered “hell to get into,... Read More

Located in Homestead, just east of Everglades National Park, this commercial nursery specializes in orchids, particularly the Phalaenopsis and... Read More

Go wild over the exotic orchids in nurseries. Read More

Do not leave Homestead without stocking up on tropical fruits like papayas, star fruit, lychees, atemoyas, or monstera deliciosa (which tastes like... Read More

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