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Camino Gardens Boca Raton Homes For Sale
Camino Gardens Boca Raton features a lot more than 421 single-family, ranch-style houses in
East Boca Raton. About 40% in the homes sit on the waterfront and several include private
docks. This boating community is found close from downtown bounce house boca raton and the
ocean. That is probably the most desirable neighborhoods in East Boca Raton with its many
excellent schools, proximity for the best shopping centers, the beaches and I-95.
Whether you want the beach or boating lifestyle or enjoying all the culture and amenities
containing for you personally, you will have the on top of that worlds here. Furthermore, Camino
Gardens can be found A half-hour South of Palm Beach and A half-hour North of
Fort Lauderdale. You will find all of that these exciting cities of So. Florida are offering.
In 1951, it turned out John Pedersen's vision to make a theme park. From the 350-acre palmetto
patch which he bought at auction through the this contentcapital of scotland- Boca Raton for $25
an acre, John Pedersen created "Africa U.S.A." The 177 acres with the northern portion is
currently known as Camino Gardens. John Pedersen imported exotic fruit trees and shrubs
throughout the planet. In 1952, his son, Jack, crossed the South Atlantic to usher in a cargo of
about a hundred animals from Kenya and Tanganyika Territory. The outlet Day's "Africa, U.S.A."
in 1953 was filled up with fanfare and hoopla as local dignitaries welcomed this new attraction.
Your website drew over 2000 visitors each day.
The park was among America's best-known places of interest for eight years, but was closed in
1961. Later Pedersen sold his 177 acres to developers. That is the actual site of Camino Gardens
Boca Raton. Many of the ambiance with the park still remains today among the lush trees
In March 2003, The Association placed a plaque to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Africa
USA. The plaque reads the subsequent; "At this website in 1953, John D. Pedersen and his
awesome family established "Africa USA," an important Boca Raton tourist attraction for almost a
decade. Dedicated from the Camino Gardens Association in March 2003 to commemorate the
50th anniversary of Africa, USA."