Oleta River State Park
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Oleta River State Park is the largest urban park in the state. Located on Biscayne Bay in northeast Dade County, the most prominent natural feature of the park is the Oleta River, for which the park is named.
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Thus is a beutiful park/reserve with a small beash and lots ocativities throughout the canals. You may rent kayaks andstandup padles by the hour. There is also a lovely full moon tour. There ae amazing views around the park. There is a $2 admissinon per pedestrian and $5 per vehicle.
The Oleta River State Park is a 1,043-acre Florida State Park on Biscayne Bay in the municipal suburb of North Miami in metropolitan Miami, Florida
While biking the 15 miles of off-road bicycling trails or paddling along lush mangrove forests on the Oleta River, it is difficult to believe Oleta River State Park exists in the shadow of downtown Miami. At just over a thousand acres, this natural oasis—Florida’s largest urban park—is a haven for…
Less than a ten minute drive from the property-Drive past the ranger station and through the gates of Oleta River State Park and a feeling of tranquility washes over you as you enter a quiet world of tangled, tidal mangroves in this protected river estuary. Considered Florida's largest urban park,…
Kayaking, biking, hiking, swimming, canoe, paddle board, barbecue, camping. All rental equipment available at location.
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“Perfect place to go for a swim in the beach or have a picnic on the beach park side. Perfect for sunsets!”
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