Miami's Tropical Aquarium Fish and Koi Experience
Neighborhood Fish Farm carries hundreds of fresh water tropical fish species for aquariums imported from across America and around the World, including Angelfish, African Cichlids, American Cichlids, Goldfish, Koi, Tetras, Gouramis, Oranda, Barbs, Sharks, Livebearers, Guppies and many more. Whether you're starting out with a 10-gallon guppy tank, a 30-gallon Angelfish and Tetra Aquarium, a 55-gallon African Cichlid Tank, or even a 125-250 gallon showcase aquarium with monster fish like Arowana, Oscars, and Jack Dempseys, we have something for everyone.
We here at Neighborhood Fish Farm also have the largest outdoor 'koi garden' in Miami. You can see a selection of Koi in all colors and sizes great for small, starter ponds, to a medium waterfall style pond, and we even have extra large koi perfect for a pond of over 2,000 gallons! We are always bringing in new varieties from around the world to provide the highest quality coloration, fin style (regular and butterfly), and sizes. We also have a large variety of goldfish suitable for ponds, including the beautiful red-and-white Sarasa Comet and the multi-colored Shubunkin Goldfish, which are an inexpensive alternative to koi still perfect for the outdoors and don't grow as large so they're better for smaller beginner ponds.
If you haven't yet started your fish tank, planted tank, pond, or water garden yet, we have the knowledge and all the supplies you need to get started. We carry only the best, most reputable brands of fish food, filters, water pumps, decor, and accessories for aquariums and ponds. We have been in business since 1971, and have tried everything there is, and have done the work to make fish keeping as easy and delightful as possible for you.
So come out and visit us soon! You can browse aisle after aisle of happy tropical fish under the Miami sun and feel the refreshing breeze of being outdoors in tranquil Horse Country, right off Bird Road and 122nd Avenue. We are free to visit and open to the public every day of the week.
Keeping your fish healthy is important to you, and we want to help. If your fish are acting strange, they may be sick. Often times environmental problems such as temperature fluctuation or water quality can cause your fish to develop different illnesses. We detail the most common fish diseases and how to help HERE.
We know that keeping a freshwater aquarium can seem like a full-time job at times, but we're here to help. Checking your water frequently is one of the best ways to help keep your fish happy and healthy. We've put together a quick and easy guide to testing your aquarium or pond water. You can find this guide HERE.
Many aquarium fish can live a very long time and might outgrow the environment you can provide for them. If that happens, we're here for you. Read about how you can donate or trade in your fish that got too large for your aquarium or pond HERE.
We understand that not every fish is going to be a perfect fit on the first try, and we're here to help make your fish-keeping experience as positive as possible. Read about our policy for returning and exchanging your fish purchased at the Farm HERE.
Check out all of our latest newsletters below to what we've received recently.
New Arrivals: September 29th, 2017
We’ve restocked nearly every part of the farm this week, so no matter what your aquarium or pond fish of choice is, we’ve got something new for you to add to your fishy family!
Here’s the full list of what’s come in this week:
Red Sunset Molly, Red Wag Platy, Platy Assortment, Velvet Swordtail, Velvet Wag Swordtail, 1.5″ and 2.5″ Red Tail Shark, Male Rosy Barb, Neon Rosy Barb, 3.5″ Plecostomus, Rummy Nose Tetra, Large Tiger Barb, XL Cardinal Tetra, Large Green Tiger Barb, Regular and Jumbo Neon Tetra, 2″ and 4″ Rainbow Shark
Medium Koi Angel, 4-5″ Koi Angel, Small and Medium Veil Assortment, Small, Medium and Large Regular Assortment (Marble, Gold, Silver varieties), Blue Ram Cichlid, Gold Ram Cichlid
Large Peacock Cichlids:
4″ Male Eureka Red Peacock, Fire Dragon Peacock, Blood Dragon, Lemon Jake, Strawberry Super-Red Peacock
Goldfish and Koi:
3″ and 4″ Sarasa Comet, 2″ and 6″ Red Fantail, 3″ and 6″ Standard Fin Koi
Ghost Shrimp, Small Rosy Reds, Large Rosy Reds
In Other News:
Progress doesn’t stop out here on the farm! If you haven’t been by in awhile, you’re definitely going to want to stop by just to check out all the massive projects we are undertaking lately!
Our new checkout area is up and running on the east side of the farm again, and you’ll be sure to notice our entire middle deckway has been replaced by concrete pavers (provided from excess of the Miami Heat’s stadium upgrade). We hope you love it as much as we do!
Our shade cloth will be remaining down for the near future, so you’ll get to enjoy the cool autumn breeze as it starts to come our way, and have a nice stroll under the Miami sun while you take in all the new fish we’ve brought in for you!
Thanks again, and we look forward to seeing and serving you soon!
Hurricane Irma Update
First off, we need to say Thank You to all of our customers that have reached out to us since the hurricane passed through to make sure that we are okay. We sincerely hope that your own recovery from the storm has gone well, and that your fish were able to make it okay without electricity for a few days.
We were lucky to have had enough time for Orion and the crew get the shade cloth securely taken down so that it wouldn’t get destroyed in the wind. Some of our air lines were twisted around and lots of trees and debris got tossed around, but the fish all survived great. We had generators running to keep the waters cool, and got power back Thursday morning to help stabilize our systems.
With most of the cleanup progressing along, we are happy to announce that we will be re-opening this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, at 10am. We will not yet be back at our full capacity, and the shade cloth is still being reconfigured, but now is a great opportunity to come and experience the Fish Farm in a way that hasn’t been possible in over 10 years… in full sunlight! It may be a little warmer than you’re used to, but it’s definitely a wild site to see. The farm has been under shade cloth one way or another for over 10 years, so come out and see it and feel like you’re stepping back in time for a bit.
Of course, we still have all of your favorite fish for your aquariums and ponds, and any foods that you need to restock on, and any other accessories you may need. So, please come on out and let us know how you did with the storm, and we will continue to help serve you in any way we can.
See you soon!