Built by Coconut Grove pioneer Ralph Munroe, the Barnacle home on site of this park is the oldest home in Miami-Dade County ... More
Barnacle Historic State Park, The
Built by Coconut Grove pioneer Ralph Munroe, the Barnacle home on site of this park is the oldest home in Miami-Dade County that is still in its original location. The home and grounds exemplify the spirit of early Coconut Grove and visitors can take a one hour tour of the house and boathouse. Picnic tables are on site.
The archeitecture was interesting, charming, rustic and beautiful to see and learn about. Being in Coconut Grove and then walking through the hammocks makes you feel like you've gone from the present to the past in minutes. You must see it when you visit Miami!
A full service, modern marina that is only a short walk away from the internationally renowned CocoWalk and features 582
protected slips, hot showers, laundry facilities, pump out services, and fishing and diving charters.
Flanigan's is a fisherman's haven, but attracts a pretty diverse crowd despite the prevailing theme. The business crowd occupies the
wooden booths and shiny varnished tables for weekday lunches and happy hour; sports lovers come to watch the game, ...
Tennis fans from Miami and beyond have flocked to this state of the art facility. Crandon Park features twelve competition
courts and six practice courts. The showpiece of this venue is the 12,000 seat Stadium Court where tennis superstars ...