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Chittohatchee Park at Honey Hill
Hours of Operation
Sunrise to Sunset
Prehistoric and historic Native American archaeological site on its grounds.
This is a 2.5-acre site and represents 5,000 years of human prehistory and history, including habitation by the Tequesta Indians and their ancestors, which archaeological discoveries there have indicated once lived on the land around 3000 BC.
The discovery of the site on Miami-Dade Parks land was made in 1975 during a survey conducted by the State of Florida Department of Archives, History, and Records Management. The location, which has generally been referred to as Honey Hill throughout its modern history, is best known for being one of Miami-Dade County's most valuable and well-known archaeological resources.
In 1982, the County designated Honey Hill a historic site, which provided protection against development and recognized the site's archaeological significance.
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