Oleta River State Park Trail is a 2 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near North Miami, Florida that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
cross country skiing
Great trails for all experience levels. Highly recommend Gillian's island but it's only for the experienced. Watch out for bugs!
Had a wonderful time getting lost in the trails. Easy to forget you're in Miami!
Nice little state park with a lot more to do than just hiking around the trails. I loved the quite serenade of the birds with no one around when I know close by it gets very crowded, very quickly. Walked a short distance and was away from the concrete jungle, great change of pace scenery close to the beach.
It was really nice, you have your privacy and there's an island that u can get down n enjoy the view
By the S. Florida inland-outdoor standards, this park is wonderful and scenic experience. However, if you are in the least bit experienced with actual hiking and/or mountain biking (e.g., if you're not from S. Florida) then don't expect much. There is not not a single MTB trail that I would rate as "advanced" in the whole of the park, and the hiking requires little more than walking. Don't get me wrong, the nature in this park is wonderful to look at because the vegetation and wildlife are many (and classically S. Floridian). But the trails... Well I guess anything is hard if you ride/run hard enough or long enough...
Fun, lots of long trails and varying difficulties
Loved this trail not a lot of technical challenge but a nice downhill towards the end.The best part is the scenery!
This park is one of the bigger ones in South Florida and has a ton of great trails. I think the trails are better for biking, especially lay because of all the rocks and roots (unless you're looking down constantly, you probably will trip and fall at some point). It's challenging at times, but that is a good thing for the most part.