This 249-acre urban oasis was once the site of a rock quarry until the land was deeded to Dade County to become the third park in the newly formed county park system, opening to the public in 1936. Designated in 1983 as a historic site by the Miami-Dade County Historic Preservation Board and as a heritage site in 2004 by the Board of County Commissioners for its exceptional historic and archaeological significance, the park is most notable for the limestone rock structures built by the Civilian Conservation Corps., the Depression-era program responsible for the construction of many of the nation’s treasured national parks and state parks. The park offers areas for group picnics, two playgrounds, walking paths and trails, and opportunities for bird-watching with scenic views of the Oleta River. A fishing dock, canoe/kayak launch, and bark park are also available at East Greynolds Park, a short distance from the main park. Camp Greynolds features an overnight camping facility with cabins, bathhouse and mess hall available for scout groups, non-profit organizations, and other organized groups with advanced reservations.
Archery – Target and 3D, Canoeing, Fishing: Freshwater, Guided Tours, Hiking, Kayaking, Paddle-boarding, School Field Trips, Service Learning/Volunteer Opportunities, Summer/Holiday Camps, Wildlife Viewing
Boat Ramp, Cabins, Canoe/Kayak Launch, Fishing Pier, Hiking Trails, Meeting/Retreat Center, Outdoor Classroom, Paddling Trails, Pavilions, Restrooms, Shotgun Range, Visitor Center
Greynolds Park Boathouse17530 West Dixie Highway
North Miami Beach, FL 33160
Phone: (305) 948-2891
Greynolds Park Boathouse Website