This bustling open-air mall hosts 55 brand-name outlet stores and an enticing food court. And just in case you forgot where you were, the exquisite Spanish-style buildings offer a distinct South Florida flair.
A must see attraction in our area. Discover the mysteries of the Everglades at South Florida’s oldest alligator farm. Near the main entrance of Everglades National Park, Everglades Alligator Farm contains more than 2,000 alligators. Enjoy riding across the everglades on one of their guided airboat tours. Alligator, snake, and wildlife shows are performed hourly.
Redland Golf and Country Club
A beautiful course in the heart of the “Redlands” agricultural district is just a nice drive through the country away. Home to many annual and historic events, Redland Golf and Country Club has been serving up great golf and local hospitality since 1947.
They will greet you with a cool tropical refreshment and tempt you with the largest selection of flowering orchid plants to be found anywhere. We also offer garden tours at 11am and 3pm on Saturday and Sunday, weather permitting. No appointment is necessary. Closed on Mondays.
Experience South Florida’s hottest curves at Homestead-Miami Speedway, the renowned Florida City center that has promoted NASCAR, the IRL IndyCar Series, the Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series, and the Championship Cup Series.
Coral Castle Museum
Dubbed, “an everlasting mystery to those who explore it,” the Coral Castle is said to have been created single-handedly by one man who claimed to have unlocked the secret of the pyramids. These mysterious grounds are home to more than 1,100 tons of coral rock and welcome visitors from around the globe.
Homestead Air Reserve Base
Dating back to World War II, Homestead Air Reserve Base was originally dubbed Homestead Army Air Field, and served as maintenance and fueling stopover for overseas aircraft. Despite changes over the years, the pride and commitment of this base has remained.
Anhinga Wildlife Trail
One of the most exciting trails in Everglades National Park, the self-guided Anhinga Wildlife Trail takes visitors on a winding journey through a freshwater sawgrass marsh overflowing with distinct Florida wildlife. One of the park’s most popular trails, Anhinga Wildlife Trail was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1996.
Schnebly Redland’s Winery & Brewery
The southernmost winery in the United States, Schnebly Redland’s Winery & Brewery crafts their product from the highest-quality tropical fruits. In 2014, they were named one of TripAdvisor’s Top Winery & Breweries Worth Traveling, and to this day, they use only local ingredients. Did we mention there are samples? Visit today!
With Jump Master performing in more TV shows and movies than you can count, Skydive Miami has been instructing daredevils since 1998, including Wesley Snipes, Stephen Baldwin, Tom Berenger and Tom Cruise.
Wat Buddharangsi Buddhist Temple of Miami
For more than 30 years, this quiet Buddhist Temple in the heart of the Miami Redlands has invited participants to enjoy a moment of peace and quiet.
Zoo Miami (Formerly Miami Metro Zoo)
Zoo Miami is the largest and oldest zoological garden in Florida. The only tropical zoo in the continental United States, Zoo Miami is able to maintain wildlife from Asia, Australia and Africa.
Sundiver Snorkel Tours
The ultimate in Key Largo snorkeling, Sundiver Snorkel Tours offers daily fishing trips to explore Key Largo ocean reefs. Fun for the whole family, these underwater tours explore shallow, inner coral reefs located at the Key Largo Marine Sanctuary, allowing enthusiasts of all ages to enjoy snorkeling along Key Largo’s ocean reefs.
Reel Chaos Charters
Fishing in the Backcountry and the flats in the waters of Key Largo, Florida is one of the best experiences you will ever have with light tackle fishing. Captain Mitch Mitchell has been fishing the flatsand backcountry waters of Key Largo his whole life. Not only is Capt. Mitch a Licensed and Insured Master Captain, he is also a licensed Everglades National Park Fishing Guide. You will fish the waters of the Upper Florida Keys, including Tavernier and Islamorada, and up the West Coast of Florida all the way to East Cape. The waters here in the Key Largo Backcountry are filled with some of the best sport fish in the world. Tarpon,bonefish, permit, snook, redfish, and even sharks are just a few of the many fish that make the Key Largo backcountry a destination that every angler should experience.