Welcome to Miami EcoAdventures
Book an adventure and see Miami differently!
Observe wildlife, catch and release fish, watch the sunrise or sunset and more aboard a kayak.
Explore our waterways by boat or personal watercraft.
Paddle through waterways and explore Coral Gables, Biscayne Bay, Oleta River and more.
Learn how to fish or fish aboard a kayak.
Register for Nature Camps
Kids can learn about the environment and local ecosystems at nature camps around the community.Sign up for a Nature Camp
Learn the history of archery and take a few shots at a target.
Experience the Everglades, learn about the Tequesta tribe, or walk through haunted woods.
Explore the southernmost barrier island of the United States on bicycle.
Plan your camping experience with Miami EcoAdventures.
Volunteer or intern with us
Learn new skills and share your knowledge about the environment through a volunteer or internship opportunity.Learn more
Study bees and butterflies, and learn about their life cycles and their importance to local ecosystems and agriculture.
Learn about the Tequesta Indians, take part in an an archaeological dig and design a style of pottery.
Go on a self-guided tour through Arch Creek Park and explore the natural lands to have first been used by the Tequesta Indian tribe.
Sea Turtle Conservation Program
Learn about our magnificent sea turtles, watch them hatch and get tips on how you can help keep them safe.Explore Our Sea Turtle Program
News & Events
Plan a fun and memorable group camping experience with Miami EcoAdventures.
Kayak along an ancient fossilized reef and serene mangrove forests as you learn about tribes and pirates that were once in the area.
Learn the history of archery and get instruction on wielding a bow and arrow.
We build memorable experiences and communities through well-designed parks and open spaces that are efficient, accessible, engaging and aesthetically pleasing, guided by our Parks Open Space Master Plan.
We offer year-round park and recreation programs for local children, adults and people with disabilities. Camps are held in the spring and summer during public school breaks. After-school activities are focused on fitness, nutrition and wellness, and developing an appreciation of nature, science and the cultural arts.
We also maintain the median strips, road shoulders and causeways for County roadways, busways, Metrorail and Metromover.