|Address||18601 NE 22 Avenue,North Miami Beach, FL 33160|
|Hours of Operation||The facility, which is ADA accessible, is available for weekend overnight stays for organized groups (civic organizations, educational institutions, non-profit organizations, scout groups, church groups, and corporate groups).|
|Amenities and Facilities|
Camp Greynolds is the ideal location for overnight retreats in a natural setting without having to leave the city. The park sits on the banks of the Oleta River where herons, ibis and egrets can be spied among the majestic mangroves. The parks' woods are lined with several hiking trails that lead to grand oaks, tropical plants, wild flowers, colorful butterflies, and a host of creatures including owls, bats, and raccoons. Make your stay even more memorable by adding a natural adventure to your experience at Camp Greynolds.
Campers can wake up to the sounds of songbirds, scale the observation mound to look over the beauty of the park, hike the historic grounds which were once trekked by Tequesta Indians, take a leisurely canoe trip in the Park's lagoon or journey into Oleta River. Enjoyment can be felt from the camaraderie of friends and colleagues telling ghost stories around the campfire ring.
Whether you're a corporate group, the scouts, or social organization you'll find accommodations at Camp Greynolds, which has eight cabins made of natural wood and stone with cushioned bunk beds, dining hall with a fireplace and full kitchen, and a canoe launch.TEX
$200.00 / night (up to 25 people)
$7.00 per person / night (each additional person)
Cleanup Deposit: $125.00 (refundable)
Fire circle rental: $50.00
(Additional fees may apply due to number of people and for special events)
Capacity: minimum 25 people, 138 people maximum
Dinning hall with fireplace
Full kitchen (pots and pans provided)
Eight cabins with four bunk beds per cabin (sleeps 8 per cabin)
One leaders' cabin with two single beds and one bunk bed (sleeps 4)
Restrooms and showers that are accessible for people with disabilities
Site for tent camping
The facility, which is ADA accessible, is available for weekend overnight stays for organized groups (civic organizations, educational institutions, non-profit organizations, scout groups, church groups, and corporate groups).
Make your stay even more memorable by adding a natural adventure to your experience at Camp Greynolds. There are day and evening activities that can be scheduled to fit in with your camping plans.
Guided Historical Nature Walk (45 minutes – 1 hour)
Trek the unknown regions of Greynolds Park and see animals in their natural surroundings while learning about plant life. Along the way discover the park's unique history.
Oleta River Canoe Trip (3 hrs)
Canoe along South Florida's last remaining natural rivers. Join our naturalists as they guide you along the calm waters of the Oleta River and travel back in time as you hear stories about Seminole Indians and the early days of Greynolds Park. Catch a view of Ospreys, Belted Kingfishers and the occasional West Indian Manatee as you travel through this hidden natural treasure.
Campfire Program (1.5 hrs)
Relax by the campfire while listening to Native American nature based stories. Roast marshmallows and visit the archaeological site at Camp Greynolds.
Creatures of the Night Hike (1.5 hrs)
Learn about the night creatures that inhabit Greynolds Park. You’ll be surprised to learn about what lurks around when the lights go out! Join us on our presentation and naturalist guided walk.
Self-Guided ActivitiesSelf-Guided Activities
Campfire Ring Rental (weekend use)
A relaxing finish to a day full of fun! A member of our park staff will cut the wood, build the fire and remain in the park to insure that the fire circle embers are properly extinguished. So, bring the marshmallows and roasting sticks and enjoy! For a full service campfire experience we recommend reserving the Campfire Program.
Paddleboat, Kayak & Canoe Rentals
Visit the Greynolds Park Boathouse and enjoy a leisurely paddle on our lagoon in either a paddle boat, canoe or kayak.
Other Recreational Experiences at Greynolds Park
Accessible Picnic Tables with Grills
Sand Volleyball Courts
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