Very hot burning. Park is so large that you just can't finish on feet. trees, river and across street ocean.
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We biked through the park on a sunny, warm day. The shade trees were wonderful and kept us cool as we explored the various paths. This is a very unassuming place - and a very welcome break from all the activity that surrounds it. I...More
We took a long walk through this park. There are kayak and bike rentals, picnic areas, playgrounds and is located along the intercoastal. You can also fish in certain areas.
Combine a visit here with a visit to Bonnet House, across Sunrise Blvd. and you'll have immersed yourself in Florida history from the late 1800s to the early and mid 1900s. A peaceful, beautiful place maintained as it was in its heyday, and well worth...More
We had a few hours before we had to get to the airport to fly home, so we decided to stop. Great tour through the grounds.
Thank god for the helpful rangers. We came to the park to find some geocaches. There were many located there. If you don't know much about geocaching it's a time of organized treasure hunting. Many of the hidden objects are placed with permission in wooded...More
Nice park with nature walks, canoe/kayak rental, plenty of space for picnics, and access to the beach.
The park runs beside one of the canals in the local waterways; it also has a massive banyon tree to look at. Bike trails were excellent. The senator's old home was opening for visitors the day after we were there. I believe it would be...More
We had very windy (but warm and sunny) weather, so we nixed our offshore fishing and decided to kayak at this park. It was great to see this slice of "the old Florida" just north of downtown Ft. Lauderdale. The waterway we kayaked was quite...More