We dropped by for a mornings Airboat tour of the area. Saw quite a few Alligators and othe wildlife. Our guide was knowledgable and funny. We end our morning going on the tree top walk. Wooden walkways above the forest canopy with a 23 meter high lookout tower. As the title of my review says - Well worth a visit
Drove through the forest hoping to find some navigable trails with photo opportunities. All we found were very overgrown trains and only a very few of those. I wouldn't hike these trails without bug and snake protection.
We took the tram tour through the woods and fields. The ranger was very informative and interesting. He has extensive knowledge of the history of the area and the cattle ranchers that once were in the area.
We drove out there, paid the admission at the gate, then left within 30 minutes. We couldn't see any walking trails, no attractions for the kids (or adults, either), nothing to keep us there. Don't bother.
Walked a little over 3 miles on the North Trail. It hasn't rained her in a couple weeks and there were muddy spots on the trail so I wouldn't plan on going right after it rained. It was a nice walk, but wished I printed a map so I knew where I was and were the other trails led to.... 更多
We went on a day following a rain storm and the trails were so swampy we had to turn around and go back. There were horse shoe prints everywhere so I assume it is a good place to ride. the box to put your money in at the entrance was so stuffed you could not put in the fee.
Unless you live close by, it is a bit of a drive, but well worth it. Depending upon your needs you can spend a couple of hours there, or if you are adventurous a day or two. Yes, you can rent canoes and disappear into beautiful scenery for a full day (if the alligators don't get you first). There are... 更多
Very popular attraction to see alligators in the wild. We enjoy taking bikes and biking around the park. There is a boat that takes a tour on the river to see wildlife.
I checked online and saw they had trails and campsites. This might be somewhere else because there was one road as pictured and since I wanted to walk and take photos, I was really disappointed not to find trails. I checked out the campsites but not at all photo worthy. I would only recommend this to those wanting to camp... 更多
We wanted to visit this park after it has rained. We paid the $4 admission fee for two persons. When we wanted to go on the north and south trail we noted that this was not possible as the entrance to these trails were flooded. We went to the rangers office and asked them why there was no information at... 更多