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A major city in the Miami Metropolitan Area, Hialeah provides a wealth of leisure opportunities with excellent highway connections to facilitate your Florida exploration getaway. When you book an RV in Hialeah, you’ll be in an ideal location to explore the best of southern Florida. With the Everglades just a short drive away and the opportunity to visit downtown Miami and the Atlantic coastline, Hialeah has everything you need to make your vacation extra special.
Hialeah has a thriving arts scene and a vibrant history; back in the Roaring Twenties it attracted visitors such as the Kennedys, Truman and Winston Churchill. Whether you fancy watching a show or taking in an art exhibition, there’s plenty to choose from in the city. If you’re more of an active thrill seeker, try out water skiing or wakeboarding at the city’s Watersports Complex.
Hialeah has something for everyone and it makes an excellent starting point if you rent an RV, thanks to its wide range of amenities and facilities, without the hassle and congestion of driving into central Miami.
Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park is around a 40 minute drive away in your Hialeah motorhome rental. This 400-acre park on the tip of Key Biscayne is just minutes away from downtown Miami and it’s famous for its magnificent views across the coastline. The park is home to South Florida’s oldest building, the Cape Florida Lighthouse, built in 1825. When you visit the park, you can take a tour of the lighthouse, hike or go swimming along the park’s 1.25 miles of beach. The beach is popular, not only due to its outstanding beauty, but also thanks to the protection afforded by an offshore reef, six miles out. This softens the waves making swimming, paddling and shoreline fishing more accessible to all. After an afternoon hiking through the mangrove wetlands or spotting migratory birds on their stopover, visit the park’s cafe or restaurant for a meal and enjoy dining with stunning views over Biscayne Bay.
Head south for around an hour and a half in your Hialeah camper rental and visit the large variety of popular parks located on the Keys. Start with Danny Johnson Key Largo State Park, gateway to the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail which covers 106 miles from Key Largo to Key West. A perfect way to take in the beauty of the area, whether you choose to just spend a day or several walking, cycling or paddling part of the way. The trail accesses many important national preserves as well as ten state parks.
No trip to the area would be complete without stopping by to admire a part of the 1.5 million acres that make up the Everglades National Park, an extremely important preservation and conservation area. A haven for hiking and wildlife spotting, take advantage of Shark Valley’s 60 foot observation tower for stunning views of the area. The park also has plenty of regular activities and educational events. After a visit to the Everglades, carry on to the adjoining Big Cypress National Preserve where you can enjoy the starry skies over your Hialeah, FL RV rental thanks to this International Dark Sky Park’s numerous RV campsites. Make the most of your Hialeah luxury RV rental and enjoy the park’s exceptional scenic driveways, for incredible views over the 729,000-acres, home to the last remaining Florida panthers.
If all that’s not enough for you, don’t worry, there’s plenty more parks and historic sites all within a 2-hour drive in your RV rental near Hialeah.
There’s a large number of RV parks in the vicinity, so you’ll have plenty of choice when it comes down to parking up your Hialeah RV rental. A popular choice, located around 30 miles south of the city is Miami Everglades RV Resort. This campsite has predominantly tropical vegetation and is only a short drive away from the Everglades National Park. The campground has plenty of facilities including a hot tub, swimming pool and clubhouse. Try your hand at mini golf, shuffleboard or volleyball during your stay, there are also plenty of activities organized on a regular basis. Wifi, cable TV and full hookups are all available as standard.
A 15-mile drive north in your Hialeah travel trailer rental, you’ll find the Hollywood KOA. The sites here are full hookup and you’ll have access to restroom and laundry facilities. The Wi-Fi will help you stay connected and the outdoor attractions of Hollywood such as the Oleta River State Park and the Anne Kolb Nature Center are easily within reach.
Wherever you choose to park up your Hialeah motorhome rental, in an RV resort or in a more basic, natural setting, there are plenty of choices in the area and beyond.
While you’re in Hialeah, visit the Milander Center for Arts and Entertainment and catch an exhibit or show. The center often features exhibits that highlight contemporary problems as well as providing entertainment and artistic productions.
Hialeah is home to a predominantly Spanish-speaking population and it has an impressive gastronomic and nightlife scene. Take advantage of your time in the city to let your hair down and party. The city is home to a huge range of restaurants, with almost every type of cuisine available, Cuban and Spanish cuisines are particularly well represented. If a night out on the dance floor isn’t your thing, you may prefer to try your luck at Hialeah Park Racing & Casino, one of Florida’s oldest recreation facilities. Visited by legends of the silver screen, the Park has been refitted after many years of disrepair. The addition of an outdoor music stage makes it a top Hialeah destination for live music events and concerts.
No trip to Hialeah would be complete without a visit to its Amelia Earhart Park. The park covers 515-acres with its 90-acre lake that houses the Miami Watersports Complex. It’s the ideal place to try out or practise a range of watersports, including water skiing, wakeboarding and kneeboarding. The park also has a petting zoo, its own convenience store and some challenging biking trails.
Hialeah makes an excellent destination in itself, to explore a melting pot of fusion of both modern and old Floridian culture. It’s location makes it a great choice for your RV rental, near to the Everglades and Big Cypress Preserve, yet also ideally located for big city and Atlantic coastline exploration.