Oleta River State Park

3400 NE 163rd St.
N. Miami, FL 33160

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Florida’s largest urban park, Oleta River, is positioned directly on Biscayne Bay offering an amazing natural setting. The park is best known for miles of off-road bicycling trails, ranging from novice to expert. A beautiful mangrove forest preserves native South Florida plants and wildlife and is the ideal setting for campers to canoe and kayak to explore this beautiful natural area. Swimming from a 1,200-foot sandy beach and saltwater fishing are also popular activities. Campers frequently see manatees and dolphins swimming off the coast!


Lagoon/Estuary Beach: Surrounding us as we play at this gorgeous park is a lovely, shallow lagoon estuary. The lagoon provides, not only a home for fish, crabs, manatees, dolphins, urchins, sea stars and more, it also allows our campers a place to explore, play, refresh, and paddle.

Pavilion: The park pavilions allow our campers a place to experiment, rest, learn, and retreat. Daily activities, labs and lunch will take place here. During our frequent summer storms, these shelters will be our base – providing us a retreat from the powers of nature.

Playground: Just across from the natural playground of the lagoon is a children’s playground, equipped with a shaded climbing structure, swings and slides…just what the campers need to get their energy out!

This has been the first camp ever that my son didn’t complain about going in the morning, but he did tell me about the friends he made and the things he did. We love this camp!

Mrs. P

We are really happy with Camp Live Oak and our daughter Georgia can’t wait for Winter Session!

Mrs. L

Loved the fact that the camp worked with me and kept my son very active every day. He definitely wasn’t bored.

Mrs. Y