Oleta River State Park
After extensive remodeling, we are thrilled to announce that he historic Blue Marlin Fish House has reopened its doors! Come out and enjoy great food with friends, a cool breeze and a table on the beautiful Oleta River. Hours of operation are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday through Sunday. The restaurant is located at 2500 NE 163rd Street, North Miami Beach, FL 33160.
Bike Trail Update
The following trails are now OPEN: Bone Yard, Christmas Tree, Dragon’s Gate, Dragon’s Tail, F.I.U. Overlook, French Connection, Gator Bank, Kitchen Sink, Mangrove Bridge and Oyster Ridge. The rest will remain CLOSED until further notice.
Fishing Pier Closure
The fishing pier will be closed until further notice.
Welcome to Oleta River State Park
30 minutes from downtown Miami, this gorgeous park is bisected by its namesake waterway that breathes life into this spectacular natural oasis of hardwood hammocks and mangroves.
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 mountain bikers, paddlers, anglers, swimmers and for families out to enjoy a picnic along scenic Biscayne Bay. Feel free to release yourself from the stress of the city at one of the picnic areas or unwind at the end of a fishing pole.
There are rustic, air-conditioned cabins, too, along with a youth campground for organized groups. The park is also a welcome stop for long-distance paddlers on the 1,515-mile Florida Circumnavigational Saltwater Paddling Trail.
Plan Your Visit
Oleta River State Park Photo Gallery
The Beach at Oleta
People Make the Parks
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