Arch Creek Park & Nature Center

Campsite
Tequesta Indian Site and Nature Trail sign
Nature trail
Cabin porch
Museum
Museum Military Trail sign
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Arch Creek Park was a site of the Tequesta Indians from 500 B.C. to 1300 A.D. There is a natural limestone bridge, a mysterious burial site and incredible natural beauty. Today, there are eco-adventures, a preserved tropical hammock, picnic spaces, museums containing artifacts of the natives and pioneers, and a bird and wild animal sanctuary.

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