Very nice clean visitors center. Very nice walk. We spent 1.5 hours total in park. We saw many creatures and plants. We saw 3 different alligators. We had fun. Highly recommend.
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Near to where I live, this is a great way to spend a couple hours with visitors who enjoy the environment and the chance to see some wildlife. Learning center is a bit dated, but staff very knowledgeable and engaging. Worth taking time and looking...More
We visited with our teenage son,who does not like the outdoors(insects/spiders). He did not find it to be “buggy” & really seemed to enjoy himself. We were there during the dry season. My husband & I have returned since,after the rains. It is great to...More
Pleasant place-wildlife visible from walkway varies seasonally and with time of day. Easy to get to, close to spring training sites of red Sox and Twins.
Thanks to school children, this area has been preserved and interpreted by the county. A boardwalk trail takes you through the area and stops at 5 ponds. Lots of wildlife depending on season and time of day. Very educational interpretive Center. During the winter months...More
No “man made” thrills here. An awesome place to come to just SLOW down and just appreciate Florida’s nature. It’s a great location to view some beautiful Strangler Fig Trees. Don’t forget to pack bug spray (a staple for most outdoor activities in Florida) and...More