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Enjoyed the boardwalk today, and at the middle where the tower is a croc was just going in the water. It was a mommy croc with little babies near. You could hear their calls. Recommend to see natural habitat.
Stumbled across this short half mile or so boardwalk leading from the parking lot to through the mangroves to a marshy area. A variety of wildlife for such a short walk. Pilated woodpeckers, (most I ever seen in one spot), yellow rumped warblers (they are...更多
The boardwalk seems to be almost completely repaired. We enjoyed the experience, viewing a large alligator, an eagle, and a few other birds. Two wild piggies were nearby, running alongside us on the access road. This is not the place for advanced hikers or naturalists,...更多
The boardwalk is in a state of disrepair, though the worst areas were marked with caution tape (and the new boards/posts were laying near the main building). There are small plaques every dozen yards or so, explaining the local flora and fauna. There are three...更多
We've visited here 4 times in the past month and every time we saw something different. It is very overgrown in October, but it's a nice walk through different ecosystems. There are now some small shoots of poison ivy growing up through the boards near...更多
We walked through the trail, taking our time, reading all the signs about the plant life. It was peaceful and a really nice place to go. There is also a picnic area with restrooms and a playground area.
About a half mile of boardwalk through a few different environments. I went on a cool early morning and had the place to myself. A nice look out area in the back of the boardwalk. Signage along the way give one an idea of what...更多
This is a short nature walk but enjoyable as you will see a lot of different birds, alligators, and sea creatures. Nice boardwalk to walk on so you can see all that this nature center offers.
nice little walk with nature along the way. signs along the way told you about the plant life which was nice. the path way was sound and wide enough. apparently we passed right by the alligators while we focused on the scenery.