Greynolds Park

Greynolds Park

Address:17530 W Dixie Hwy
North Miami Beach, FL 33160

Phone:305-945-3425
Fax:305-945-3428
Web: www.miamidade.gov/parks/
Size: 249 acres.
Location:Entrance is at 22nd Ave. and NE 186th St. in North Miami Beach.
Facilities:Campground (reserved for groups), picnic shelters, fishing pier (adjoining park), canoe rentals, trails, playground, physical fitness course, 9-hole golf course, food concessions.
Activities:Camping, bicycling, golf, jogging, fishing, paddleboating and canoeing, bird-watching, group naturalist tours.
Special Features:One of Dade County's oldest parks, Greynolds includes one of three South Florida bird sanctuaries recognized by the National Audubon Society. It is also the site of the Greynolds Park Love-In, an annual celebration of the music and lifestyle of the 1960s

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Shoreline fishermen will see plenty of action from the fishing piers at Government Cut, Oleta State Park, Greynolds Park East, Homestead Bayfront Park, the shorelines in Key Biscayne, Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, the seawalls along A1A north of Hollywood and some of the bridges all the way to Deerfield Beach.
com)-- Haitian Emmanuel Baptist Church and New Vision Emmanuel Baptist Church, Teen Vision Miami and New Vision Men Ministry will be hosting their "Man Up Retreat" on Friday, August 14-16, 2015 at 7:00 pm at Greynolds Park Campsite.
Casper, executive director of Greynolds Park Manor, a 324-bed nursing home in North Miami Beach, said: ``I don't want to put some poor elderly lady or gentleman in a gurney and wheel them out to the parking lot of my nursing home and say, `You must stay there because I'm not being paid.
Greynolds Park East and West hold a special place in my heart for me because I grew up in that area.
Greynolds Park off of US1 has some shorelines that can be fished and north of Hollywood Beach on A1A there is a walkway on the Intracoastal that can be fished.
Just to the north of Blue Marlin Fish House is Greynolds Park East and then Maule Lake, but to get there your boat has to fit under a small bridge.
This area is home to tarpon, jacks, ladyfish, sharks, snapper, mackerel and snook and can be fished from some seawalls, the dam at East Greynolds Park and from a boat or kayak.