Hialeah Travel Guide
Welcome to Hialeah!
Hialeah is located in the heart of Greater Miami, providing guests with a central location to Miami Beach, Key Biscayne and downtown Miami. Families can take advantage of the city—s numerous parks, many of which sport recreation centers and aquatic facilities. The popular Amelia Earhart Park, named after the famous female pilot who died trying to fly around the world in 1937, is targeted to children and boasts the Bill Graham Farm Village, an adventure island, several stocked ponds and a trail system. One of Florida—s oldest horse racing tracks is found in Hialeah. Built in 1925 in Hialeah Park, the Hialeah Racetrack contains 21 stables and impressive grandstands. Today, the park is also home to the Audubon Bird Sanctuary, providing a home to flocks of flamingos, which have made the city famous with birders. Across the street from Triangle Park, home to three memorials, a historic swinging bridge leads visitors to Miami Springs.
Hialeah Park is the home of the Audubon Bird Sanctuary for flamingos, a trademark of the city, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Hotels & Motels
Offering 24 hour front desk, disabled access, non-smoking rooms, a pool, meeting and business facilities, data ports, cable tv and more.
Run by Captain Russ Boley, Captain Sir! Sailing Charters has a 1996 Island Pocket 45 for visitors to explore the waters of South Florida.