A small park with a large and significant history, Arch Creek Park was created around a natural limestone bridge formation that was once part of an important Indian trail. It is believed to have first been used by the now-extinct Tequesta Indian tribe and later by the Seminoles. The park has a museum containing artifacts left by natives who homesteaded the site as they passed over the arched bridge. Miami-Dade Parks naturalists guide visitors through the park as they point out native bird, animals and more: Site of unique natural stone bridge used by ancient Native American tribes; Museum containing Native American and pioneer artifacts; Special programs for children and adults; Butterfly garden; Bird and wild animal sanctuary. For more information call 305-944-6111.
Hours of Operation: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (Closed Monday & Tuesday)