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Nestled away from Miami’s bustling scene, Cutler Bay promises to provide one of the most memorable vacations of your life. Cutler Bay lies just 20 miles from Miami, Florida. The perfect location, situated just north of Black Point Marina and northeast of the famed Biscayne National Park, Cutler Bay is your beach destination of choice.Vacation rentals for everyone
Being the newest municipalities, Cutler Bay’s vacation rentals are newer and better equipped, ranging from fast wireless internet, air conditioning and even a grill if you feel up to it. This beautiful coastal town caters for travelers of all ages due to its numerous attractions. Imagine taking your hot cup of coffee in the morning overlooking the ocean or sipping your mimosa watching the sunset from your balcony. Pets are allowed in most rentals.
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The area and getting around
Cutler Bay’s Black Point Ocean Grill, located inside the Black Point Marina, offers visitors delectable cuisine such as hand-cut steaks, fresh seafood and sandwiches. Due to its waterfront dining experience, the restaurant and bar’s ambiance is first class, overlooking the ocean. Could you believe that there is an Al Fresco setting available? You may choose to go on an art tour in the town. From the intricate architecture used to design the homes to the excellent galleries, Cutler Bay leaves one with an eye of artistic wonder. This is the perfect place to bring your kids; who knows, their artistic streak may show.The best historical expedition experience
No one visits Cutler Bay without being acquainted with the famous Charles Deering Estate. Although located near Palmetto Bay, the estate has garnered both fascination and excitement. Inside the estate is the Cutler Fossil Site, a home for many endangered animal fossils such as mammoths and tigers. So not only do you have a fantastic place to stay, but also the perfect lesson in history. This park holds 10,000 years of proof of Native American settlement. Other historical zones in Cutler Bay include Zoo Miami, established in 1948 and occupying more than 700 acres. The Larry and Penny Thompson Park is just next to Zoo Miami and provides fun activities such as hiking and camping. The Biscayne National Park is made up of almost 90% water! It would be interesting to see how life exists in the park. All Cutler Bay’s attractions are family-friendly.
Travelers and activities
Every beach side location offers its share of memorable experiences. The water and sand may probably feel the same at every beach, but the memories made are unique. Cutler Bay’s water sports experience is unforgettable. It would require you to book a vacation to this idyllic town to find out. At Biscayne National Park, you enjoy snorkeling, fishing, boating and powerboat rentals. Some of these activities prohibit children due to the increased risk, such as snorkeling. The town offers seaside yoga as well, at the Bayfront Park. The remarkable scenery is the perfect booster for some intense yoga sessions. Even more unbelievable is that some of these yoga sessions are free and guided. I could not imagine a better place to find your Zen.Cutler Bay for nature enthusiasts
Every inch of Cutler Bay will catch your eye. Sprawling gardens, extensive coral reefs, clear waters and large tracts of farmland show how much the Cutler Bay administration prioritizes nature. With events such as pumpkin picking at the Burr’s Berry Farm, the town maintains popular activities but with a touch of the outdoors, making it all the more special. The Fruit and Spice Park on 187th Avenue is a daily attraction for nature enthusiasts all over the country. It has pristine gardens where spices, fruits and vegetables are professionally grown. Perhaps the greatest perk of this park is that it deals with international production so that wherever you are from, you’ll find a piece of your traditional cuisine at Cutler Bay’s Fruit and Spice Park.
Did you know that you’ll find some of America’s oldest archaeological fossils in Cutler Bay!
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Charles Deering bought and revamped this estate, then called the Richmond Cottage in 1916. He died at 75 years old at Cutler Bay. He left an estate with a profound legacy. Here, fossils of Pleistocene creatures and early humans can be found, making it the primary fossil site in the whole of Cutler.2. The Whispering Pines Park
Whispering Pines Park is located at 8800 Ridgeland Drive and is accessible privately. The park is small but cozy, providing the advantage of no prior booking. It has a picnic area and sand for the children to play with. There are no parking or admission charges.3. Visit Cutler Ridge
A coral formation reaches up to 22 – 14 – 8 feet from South Miami to Cutler Bay to Homestead. It is a source of geographic fascination and a refuge for the people in the area. Remember to carry your camera to record such momentous pieces of geography.4. Tequesta burial mounds
Explore the Tequesta, neighboring Cutler Bay, where a Native American tribe lived. They buried their dead by burning the flesh after removing the bones. They also practiced human sacrifice.5. Visit the Florida East Coast Railway
This provided a means of transport and communication between the town and neighboring areas. It is amazing how much history this small town prides itself on having. Cutler Bay may be the vacation destination you never knew you needed.