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Park is has small trails. The park has some tables available to have small picnic. No fee to park or enter. The pond or water area is beautiful and relaxing. The park also has a small museum with pictures of how the arch just to...More
Small park with a 1-mile walking trail. Being in the trail was wonderful, you feel like you are a world apart then you see cars and convenience stores and realiz you are in the city. The park is full of history and there's an attendant...More
Just west of US 1 on NE 135th St., the entrance can be easy to miss. The park is very small but it's good to know the history of the area. There is a small one-room museum. The walking paths are lined with logs so...More
We have driven by this park innumerable times and did not take the time to stop in to explore it until today. The museum houses artifacts "dating back from 500BC to the 1950"". The park employee in the museum gave us a "self-guiding trail map"...More
Arch Creek Park is a very nice small park in North Miami with some interesting history.
In addition to the museum there are some picnic tables and a couple of outdoor assembly areas. There is a nice walking trail through the wooded area and there...More
Arch Creek Park is located within walking distance of Enchanted Forest Park (the 2 parks are separated by railroad tracks) but are very different from one another. Enchanted Forest Park more resembles a jungle due to all the exotic, invasive air potato vines, while Arch...More
Arch Creek Park is easily confused with the very close by Enchanted Forest Park but it is very nice as well. You can picnic in the shade, take a walk on a nature trail and forget that the pollution and development of the outside world...More