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Florida City, Florida, the southernmost city in mainland United States, is a major agricultural area and suburb of Miami. Although the city was incorporated in 1914 and boasts a small historic area, much of the town features modern hotels and facilities that cater to visitors. The Everglades National Park is a popular destination where adventurers of all ages can enjoy countless native trees, plants and animal sightings. Travelers to Florida City may additionally enjoy outdoor activities like kayaking, bird watching or shopping at outdoor malls. Visitors with cars can also enjoy day trips and excursions to the Florida Keys, a mere 20 miles away.
Miami International Airport (MIA) is 45 minutes north of Florida City, and it's a great way for long-distance travelers to arrive in the area. Located at the southern terminus of the Florida Turnpike, the small town is only 3.2 square miles, allowing guests to easily travel on foot.
With moderate, sunny weather year-round, average lows range from 54 to 73 degrees Fahrenheit, while highs range from 78 to 92 degrees Fahrenheit. Annual precipitation ranges from 1.6 - 9.1 inches. For those planning a trip to Florida City, especially during the rainy months of May to October, packing a raincoat or umbrella is highly recommended.