Easy access to the intracoastal waters and nice views of Miami Beach and its bridges. No luck with manatees that day.
About Oleta River State Park
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We had a guided tour with Faye. She was fantastic! We learned a lot about the park and the mangroces. Did you know they were originally going to try and make the area like Disney? They dredged and made alot of the area for the...More
you’re pretty much still in the heart of the city, as they water and vegetation is so beautiful and makes you feel so isolated. The concessions stand offers canoes, kayaks and stand-up paddleboards, which can be kept in calm waters near the park or brought...More
GPS took us to the back entrance, but the staff we called provided excellent directions and told us this is common. The beach was clean and private, water was much calmer than on the coast.
This is 1600 acres of naturalness on the shores of Biscayne Bay in Miami. There are 15 MILES of dirt bike trails of varying difficulty. There are several cabins for rent. They are a double bed and an air conditioner. About $63.00 p/night. There is...More
Good afternoon, today on 11/20/15 I had very negative experience in my neighborhood . Me and my friend were riding the bike there for a first time. We were stop at a booth gate there by the lady name Lilian, she said the park admission...More
It's been a long time since I've been there (haven't gone since early 2014) but kayaking here is a MUST! Going through the mangroves and visiting the little islands is definitely a pleasure.
Kayaking is the best! there is a little island apart that people go and lay there, very relaxing and nice!
We rented stand up paddle boards and spent two and half hours out on the bay. Great trails for all levels of experience. You can go out to islands, which can be challenging due to weather conditions, or stay in the mangrove channels that really...More