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Camp Greynolds

18601 North East 22 Avenue
305-945-3425

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.


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