Robinson's Preserve Trail is a 7.4 mile loop trail located near Bradenton, Florida that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and mountain biking and is accessible from October until May. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Paved and gravel trails. One area of challenging single track thru mangroves
Perfect alternative to the local beach walk.
very nice trail and easy hike, pretty busy.
Very nice nature walk
Nice quiet paved trail with tree coverage. Beautiful boardwalks that go out through the mangroves and to the water. Stations with dog bags and trash cans placed along trails periodically.
This is one of the nicest parks in the Tampa Bay area. It's got paved portions, boardwalks over pretty tidal creeks and marshes, lots of birds and fish, and expansive views of Tampa Bay. The length is great for hiking or jogging and it looks awesome for hiking.
Didn't get very far.. Sunrise hike and swarms of mosquitos .. had to turn back. Try again another time, covered and doused in DEET.
Nice trail. Was able to go off and find a private beach area to let the dog swim. Interesting overlooks from the tower.
It was gorgeous! Easy to walk and really neat bridges!
Always good. Dog loves it! Bring water.
Beautiful hike.. I did almost all of it and saw so much wildlife it was amazing... Horseshoe crabs, lizards, snakes, crabs, fish and birds.. So much to see.. The bridges are amazing and I will definitely do this anytime I come to Bradenton
very nice place to go
would 5 star of there weren't speed limits. how am I suppose to know how fast I'm going?
Easy, flat hike. Weekends are crowded - bikes ok.