My wife and I went with my 86 year old mother in law for a walk to enjoy nature. We walked the short trail slowly and she rested on the benches. She got to see her first alligator. She enjoyed listening and seeing the birds...More
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This is a fantastic Lee County Park for walking and enjoying the natural swamp environment. If your visiting during season; November-April, it won't be as hot, and we had a wonderful volunteer named Neil that gave us a guided tour of the boardwalk and park....More
How lucky I am to live so close to a fantastic nature preserve! The boardwalk keeps you reasonably safe, after all you are in their land. Every trip that I've made there is always different, so that creates excitement! I have never taken the guided...More
This nature preserve is a nice bit of old Florida...what the area must have looked like before all the malls and housing developments! There is a nature center and a wood boardwalk. We saw an alligator and lots of interesting birds. It is not far...More
If you need a quick walk in the woods to forget about everything, this is the place. Lots of wildlife to see and hear. Place is in a perfect location. Lots of places to stop along the trail for quiet time.
I was just there last week and saw a pack (6) little piglets...so cute! I like to walk here for my warm-up before I go to the gym. Never know what you will see...families/people around so it feels safe! The entire walk takes me (fast...More
I live near this slough and it is always a favorite place to visit because you will never know what you are going to see! One visit I saw twenty or so baby alligators near the boardwalk and on another we saw a wild hog...More