The coordinates provided above will lead you to the first cache. Park your vehicle along the road shoulder nearby—you’ll be returning to this spot. This multi-cache consists of two medium sized plastic containers, the second of which will provide a set of final coordinates for viewing the restoration project site from a distance.
This is a very popular area with locals, and visitors should exercise discretion when accessing the caches. The caches are easily accessed a short distance from a flat, paved surface. Though the caches are not currently near any, visitors should still be aware that both poisonwood and poison ivy grow abundantly in the area. The caches should be accessed only during the day, as the area is closed to visitation from sunset to sunrise. Security personnel monitor the area overnight.
This multi-cache has been placed with permission from the Miami Dade Park and Recreation Department for the purposes of outreach and education. It should be noted that the placement of geocaches in this park area is otherwise strictly prohibited.