Biscayne Landing to Have Connecting Trails to Oleta River State Park
One of the most appealing amenities of Biscayne Landing
is its proximity to Oleta River State Park. In fact,
the development will have nature trails that connect
Biscayne Landing to the park. It is a wonderful place
for families and individuals of all ages.
River State Park is Florida's largest urban park with
over 1,043 acres. Although it offers a variety of
recreational opportunities, the park is best known
for its 17+ miles of bike trails, ranging from paved
novice trails to challenging mountain bike trails
for advanced cyclists.
of the park's other recreational activities that will
be available to residents of Biscayne Landing include:
Pier and Shoreline Fishing
Kayaks, canoes and bicycles can be rented at the park.
park borders scenic Biscayne Bay, making it a wonderful
place to view wildlife and marine life. Occasionally,
in the winter months, manatees can be seen. Throughout
the year, the bay has snapper, barracuda and tropical
Along the Oleta River, at the north end of the park,
a large stand of beautiful mangrove forest preserves
native South Florida plants and wildlife. Canoeists
and kayakers can paddle the river to explore this
amazing natural area.
Swimming is available from a 1,200-foot sandy beach.
Saltwater fishing is also a popular activity. Picnic
tables and grills are located throughout the park.
Nine covered picnic pavilions are available on a first
come, first served basis.
Oleta River State Park is open from 8 a.m. until sundown,
365 days a year. It is located at 3400 N.E. 163rd
St., adjacent to Biscayne Landing. There is no admission
charge for residents of Biscayne Landing.