Miami Springs, Florida, was one of the first planned cities in the United States. The city features an eclectic collection of architectural designs, including Pueblo Revival and Mission styles. The city was founded because of the local aviation industry, which remains important. While you're visiting Miami Springs, be sure to stop at the Curtiss Mansion, which is built in the Pueblo style. The Miami River Canal is also a popular place to visit and is well known as a resting place for migratory birds. Be sure to stop at Peavy-Dove Park or Prince Field, and spend an afternoon basking in the sun or playing a game with the kids.
The Ludlam Canal neighborhood offers a quiet place to spend an afternoon, relax in one of the parks, or walk through the residential area to admire the architecture of the homes. State Routes 826 and 948 will get you around town. Miami International Airport (MIA) is located south of Miami Springs. You’ll find many lodgings in the area; from urban hotels, to waterfront lodgings.
Miami Springs has a tropical weather pattern, and high temperatures range between the 70s and low 90s year-round. For a sit-down meal, visit the Miami Springs Golf and Country Club, where seafood is a popular choice. The community hosts annual events, including an Easter egg hunt and a Daddy-Daughter Dance.