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Amelia Earhart Park

401 E. 65th St. Hialeah, FL 33013 | Hialeah | 305-685-8389
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Park patrons can enter the farm through a bougainvillea-covered trellis and head over to the Barn with its petting area. Once there you can pet live cows, goats, chickens, pigs, sheep, and geese. The five lakes at Amelia make this 515-acre park one of our largest water-based resources. You can fish in all five lakes, angle for bass, brim and mullet, and go paddle boating or canoeing on three of them. The Bill Graham Farm Village at the park has its own Babbling Brook stocked with fish. We even offer wakeboarding lessons in the largest lake. Unfortunately, swimming is not permitted in these lakes.

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