Located within the boundaries of Oleta River State Park is the famous Blue Marlin Fish House. Its a Family operated Fish House restaurant nestled by the waterways of the Oleta River. They offer delicious bites, refreshing specialty cocktails, & beautiful nautical views. Access this Fish House restaurant by Kayak or Paddle Board, jet sky, boat and FREE parking also available!
This gorgeous park is bisected by its namesake waterway that winds through a natural oasis.
Whether enjoying the 15 miles of off-road bicycling trails or paddling along lush mangrove forests, visitors find it difficult to believe that Oleta River State Park exists 30 minutes from downtown Miami.
Come fishing and explore your local waterways with our help! Located in the famous Oleta River State Park with water access through the Oleta River. We are truly in the heart of it all come and escape into nature with us today! No reservation needed come in and check us out!
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The park offers areas for group picnics, two playgrounds, walking paths and trails, and opportunities for bird-watching with scenic views of the Oleta River. A fishing dock, canoe/kayak launch, and bark park are also available at East Greynolds Park, a short distance from the main park. Camp Greynolds features an overnight camping facility with cabins, bathhouse and mess hall available for scout groups, and more.
Just minutes from downtown Tampa, Hillsborough River State Park offers seven miles of nature trails and wonderful wildlife viewing.
There is a little something for everyone here with hiking, biking, strolling along the river rapids, fishing, exploring suspension bridges, picnicking under pavilions built in the 1930s, or kayaking class II river rapids, which are rare in Florida!
Combining luxury and the great outdoors, their extra spacious completely furnished Safari Tents and Bell Tents give large families or groups of friends the extra space they need to glamp in comfort.
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Fort Foster State Historic Site is a reproduction of a fort originally built on the same grounds in December 1836 by Col. William S. Foster and his 430 men.
Just minutes from downtown Tampa, Hillsborough River State Park offers seven miles of nature trails and wonderful wildlife viewing. Safari Tents and Bell Tents give large families or groups of friends the extra space they need to glamp in comfort.
Visitors have four hiking trails to choose from, which total 7.3 miles. Along the Hillsborough River, the trails take hikers through a dense, hydric hammock forest and provide interpretive displays, changing elevations, and a multitude of opportunities to view and photograph nature.