Oleta River Canoe Tour
The beauty of the Oleta River has drawn man to its shore for centuries. The river was home to Tequesta Indians who camped along its shore and was part of the route used by Federal troops in the 2nd Seminole War to travel south from Loxahatchee. Relive the river's historic past with park naturalists as you explore this natural haven for wading birds, osprey, fish and the endangered West Indian Manatee. Reservations required, 305-365-3018. Meet at East Greynolds Park.
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1855 NE 135th St.
North Miami, FL 33167
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