A small park with a large and significant history, it was created around a natural limestone bridge formation that was once part of an important trail. Arch Creek, a body of water which historically flowed from the Everglades eastward into Biscayne Bay, is believed to have first been used by the Tequesta tribe and later by the Seminoles. There is a small museum nature center on site that contains artifacts. The park features a picnic shelter, picnic tables, and a walking trails through the historical, archaeological and natural preserve. The interpretive staff offer environmental education programs.
Archery – Target and 3D, Guided Tours, Hiking, Primitive Camping, School Field Trips, Service Learning/Volunteer Opportunities, Summer/Holiday Camps, Wildlife Viewing
Hiking Trails, Meeting/Retreat Center, Outdoor Classroom, Pavilions, Restrooms, Visitor Center
Arch Creek Park1855 NE 135 Street
North Miami, FL 33181
Arch Creek Park Website