Oleta River State Park is Florida's largest urban park, located right on the Oleta River on Biscayne Bay in Sunny Isles Beach. The sandy beach at Oleta faces Biscayne Bay, which is also where you go swimming. Palm trees, seagrape trees and other native vegetation provide shade. Oleta offers miles and miles of off-road bicycle trails, from novice to challenging. The park has a loaner system for bicycle helmets. Oleta River State Park is also a popular destination for canoeing and kayaking. There's a rental concession with all the gear you need to paddle along Miami's calm bay waters.
Miami has a ton of amazing kayaking spots, and this is a great place to start. Located on the gorgeous Biscayne Bay is this 1,043-acre park where you can rent kayaks, bikes, hike or fish. This is a great way to escape Miami’s urban tumult and wander outdoors to explore South Florida wildlife. The kayak routes will take you through beautiful mangrove trails or out into the open waters where you get a great view of Miami’s Downtown skyline and causeway.
This is the spot. Go here for kayaking and maybe some cycling. I'm not crazy about the bike trails because there are way to many roots in the way but kayaking is legit here. You have two islands you can go to and there's even a section you can do some snorkeling at. The staff is great and will sometimes charge you less. Be safe and have fun!
I loved the kayaking experience, it was fun and safe. It's very nice for family time and barbecues lol, I noticed a lot of kids parties...