Arch Creek Historic and Archaeological Park

Arch Creek Park was created around a natural limestone bridge formation that was once part of an important trail first used by the Tequesta around 2,000 years ago and later by the Seminoles in the 19th century. Middens dating to the Tequesta period and a 19th century coontie mill are also present in the park. Coontie is a plant ground into flour by Seminoles and early white settlers. A museum contains displays on the Native American remains at the park.