During the 1960s, local hippies and flower children would gather at Greynolds Park in North Miami Beach to hang out, listen to live local bands, smoke, read poetry and play music, while some would protest the Vietnam War. These gatherings and others like them around the country were known as “love-ins.” At Greynolds, they were held atop the park’s hill, which was once the highest public land point in Miami-Dade County at 46 feet above sea level, topped with a limestone rock quarry tower.

Source: Greynolds Park ‘love-in,’ where baby boomers come to reminisce | Miami Herald
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