The Greynolds Park Boathouse sits on the edge of a former rock quarry filled in with fresh water from the adjacent Oleta River. During its early days the Boathouse served as a launch site for row boats and the Dixie Bell, a scaled down replica of an old passenger steam boat. Today this man-made lagoon still provides recreational opportunities for visitors to Greynolds Park.
The boathouse features a nature exhibit and serves as the interpretive center where you can participate in guided nature walks, nighttime programs, campfires and more.
At this Nature Center you can enjoy:
- guided tours and nature walks
- educational programs
- nighttime programs
- nature-based day camp for kids ages 6-14, offered seasonally
- nature exhibit
- bird and animal sanctuary
- native hardwoods, pines, shrubs and vines surrounding the grounds
- kayak, canoe and paddleboat rentals on the weekends and designated occasions
Call 305-948-2891 for more information.Back to Top Page Last Edited: Fri Jul 22, 2016 4:37:19 PM
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