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DuPuis Reserve

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23500 SW Kanner Hwy, Gate 5, Canal Point, FL 33438-9403
+1 772-924-5310
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A drive into the wilderness

This natural area has a ten mile long dirt/sand road that is in good condition and leads to a pond... read more

Reviewed 21 August 2016
Frances H
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Jupiter, Florida
A taste of Old Florida with unpaved roads, beautiful nature, foliage and birds!

While driving through DuPuis Reserve, my friend and I felt like we were driving through old Florida... read more

Reviewed 5 January 2016
Marcia A
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Boynton Beach, Florida
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20 Aug 2016
“A drive into the wilderness”
5 Jan 2016
“A taste of Old Florida with unpaved roads, beautiful nature, foliage and birds!”
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23500 SW Kanner Hwy, Gate 5, Canal Point, FL 33438-9403
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Reviewed 21 August 2016

This natural area has a ten mile long dirt/sand road that is in good condition and leads to a pond at the end of the road. You may see deer, boars, armadillos, vultures, birds, and alligators. Take water, binoculars, bug spray, and a picnic to...More

2  Thank Frances H
Reviewed 5 January 2016

While driving through DuPuis Reserve, my friend and I felt like we were driving through old Florida The roads are unpaved, so I recommend using s SUV or pick-up truck. The nature was beautiful. We saw a bald eagle flyover, red-tailed hawk, red-shouldered hawks, warblers,...More

1  Thank Marcia A
Reviewed 8 December 2015

We went for Thanksgiving weekend with the horses. Their nature trails are GREAT!!! I wish they would've had more showers. There was only 1 per gender, kind of sucks! But, to camp it is absolutely amazing! We went as a couple but met up with...More

1  Thank jcastro0227
Reviewed 27 July 2015

Nice place to walk we had a great time walking through the pine woods and scrub up to a cypress stand however most of the place is closed on Sunday the day when most people go places and it is not like we got here...More

Thank Darren E
Reviewed 13 May 2015

We spent two night at the Seminole Inn in Indiantown and planned to ride bikes in the DuPuis Forest. When we drove in there was a burn in progress. So, the green beauty I had hoped for was mainly brown and char. There were, however,...More

Thank cjpknp
Reviewed 8 February 2015

While looking for a way to spend the day I happened upon this reserve. I first stopped at the visitor center. Staff was excellent. They explained the trails, told me about wildlife I could expect to see, and answered all my questions with pride in...More

3  Thank Rosemary F
Reviewed 25 November 2014

What a great place to hike and see wildlife! We were out geicaching and had a nice day. The florida trail was nice and manicured so no trampling thru large tall grass. The managers were able to come say hi too. Highly recommend this reserve!...More

1  Thank Cachediva
Reviewed 1 September 2014 via mobile

Lovely! One of the best places on Florida ! We were there fishing for a day !! Beautiful forest, lake , clean quiet , wild life ! We really love it. We are coming back. We could believe we found that place. Make sure to...More

1  Thank Rocco2014johnson
Reviewed 22 February 2014

We happened upon this gem after leaving the commotion of Miami. Great walks through a pine/palm prairie. There was a walk through a cypress some (I think it was stop 6 on the auto tour) that was probably the prettiest such place we have seen...More

2  Thank JFE65
Reviewed 17 February 2014

I tent camped with a group in the group area. Free camping and they provide 3 portable toilets,2 pavilions with picnic tables and a large fire ring with benches. You need to reserve the area in advance. You need to bring in your own water...More

3  Thank Gia H
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