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Palmetto Bay features some of the most beautiful properties in all of Miami-Dade County. Located along Biscayne Bay, many weddings and corporate events are held here year round. At one point the Burger King headquarters were located in what was the Cutler census-designated place, in a campus described by Elaine Walker of the Miami Herald as "sprawling" and "virtually hidden away.” Burger King moved to its current headquarters in unincorporated Miami-Dade County in July and August 2002. The former Burger King headquarters is what is now known as Palmetto Bay Village Center, one of South Florida’s premier wedding and corporate event venues.
Palmetto Bay Event & Wedding Venues
Palmetto Bay is the perfect setting for your next event, due to it’s close proximity to Biscayne Bay and abundance of gorgeous venues.
Palmetto Bay Village Center, located on Old Cutler Road near Biscayne National Park and the beautiful Atlantic Ocean, is perfect for hosting corporate meetings, picnics or seminars, weddings or birthday celebrations. From the stunning 9,500 square foot Palm Room, to the soaring glass atrium lobby, to a series of spacious terraces, the special spaces at Palmetto Bay are business friendly, party perfect, and completely at ease in either role.
Nestled on the shores of Biscayne Bay, and tucked away in the tranquil Village of Palmetto Bay, Thalatta Estate is an unique outdoor recreation area that also serves as a natural conservation area and provides a glimpse into the history of this South Dade historic gem. With its historic significance in South Florida and stunning bayside location, Thalatta Estate is a unique setting for your outdoor wedding ceremony, reception, or special event. Find out how this 1925 Mediterranean-Revival Estate is the perfect setting for creating timeless memories.
Located along the edge of Biscayne Bay, the 444-acre Deering Estate at Cutler is an environmental, archaeological and historical preserve. From canoe tours to butterfly walks and guided nature hikes, this Miami Wedding Venue has diverse activities for the whole family to enjoy. The Estate offers daily tours of the historic houses – the Stone House and Richmond Cottage, as well as tours of the lush natural areas where fossil bones have been found as far back at 50,000 years. The Estate is part of the Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Space Department, which manages the Estate on behalf of the State of Florida. The Estate is also a cultural and educational facility that features classes and programs for children and adults, teacher training and research opportunities. The Estate also serves as a small conference center for community organizations and corporate groups who share Charles Deering’s interest in the environment, botany, history, fine arts, antiques, rare books and wine. Rental of the Estate is available for special social functions.
J R Horse Ranch, tucked way off Krome Ave. in a quiet part of town, is a horse ranch with other animals as well that features beautiful landscaping and a relaxing time in a great sized venue. There are 2 beautiful buildings located on the property with plenty of rustic charm.Gold Coast Railroad Museum, adjacent to Zoo Miami, promotes historical trains and railroads. It houses over 30 historic trains including classic railroad cars like the Western Pacific "Silver Crescent” and engines like the Florida East Coast "113.” The Museum strives to teach railroad history with the use of artifacts, movies, and railroading materials. The Museum includes a number of displays that are interactive. It’s a perfect venue for weddings and corporate events.
Palmetto Bay Parks for Corporate Events
Palmetto Bay is home to some very beautiful and expansive parks. The city’s location, with it’s proximity to the ocean
Palmetto Bay Park tucked off US-1 just east of the Village Municipal Complex, Palmetto Bay Park features expansive green space, basketball courts, the largest Boundless Playgrounds in South Florida, and a six-field, state-of-the-art softball complex, Palmetto Bay Park is truly a multi-recreational facility. The focal point of the park is a two-story concession building and observation deck. The park also houses an air-conditioned recreation room that allows for indoor recreation activities and meetings. A meandering tree-shaded pathway for walkers, joggers, and bicyclists surrounds the entire property. Covered picnic pavilions within the large open green spaces are a haven for family gatherings and party rentals.
Spanning more than 50 acres, Coral Reef Park offers open green space, pinelands preserve areas, and a tranquil streaming canal. It is a central location for playing, walking, reading, relaxing, and picnicking. Residents also flock here for beach volley ball, tennis, baseball, a boundless playground, exercise trail, and abundance of indigenous birds and other wildlife. Enjoy a quick refreshment or meal under the shady pavilion of the Parkside Café, or an exercise class inside the air-conditioned recreation room. Coral Reef Park hosts free outdoor movies for residents throughout the year and offers a tennis program and lessons by tennis pros.
Larry and Penny Thompson Park is a first-class camping area adjacent to world-famous Zoo Miami. It has 270 acres of natural South Florida woodland, bike trails and hiking paths. The Campground has 240 separate campsites for recreational vehicles, with full electrical and water hook-ups, four large restroom/laundry facilities with hot showers, a camp store, picnic shelters, a large freshwater lake with its own beach and water slide (open seasonally) (lifeguards on duty), a jogging and bike trail, and more. Pets are welcome only in the RV sites. The camp ground is open every day, with daily, weekly and monthly rentals; advance seasonal reservations are available.