Greynolds Park

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Picnic Area
Castle
Cabin
Cabin and drive
Wood bridge
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Greynolds Park is an urban park in North Miami Beach that was once a 249 acre rock quarry. Today, it has a relatively intact hardwood hammock and mangrove forest. This well preserved nature area was once home to the Tequesta Indians and, later, Seminole Indians and now eco-tours are offered of the rookery, mangrove boardwalk, observation mound, paved path and historical boathouse. There are rentals available to explore including canoes, kayaks and paddleboats and volleyball courts.

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