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Quiet easy trail.

5 days ago

Not a trail, but a beautiful walk along the city.

This is not a trail, we have to walk over pavement street in the park entrance so be careful with cars entering the park. When we reach the entrance we start walking at the side of canal and we return again. Don’t go alone. There is no security or park rangers anywhere.The map that is in this app suggest other route for starting the trail. We started where the national park center is; in the 328 Sw, so be sure where are you going first. Very confusing.

As far as a park goes it is fine. Nice playgrounds open fields, aquatic center, community center etc. I stopped by for a trail run and like other reviews could not really find any “trails”. It would be totally fine for jogging if you run around the perimeter of the park and on the sidewalks that go thru the park but it is not the place for a trail run. Nice park just was not what I was looking for this particular day

Beautiful serene forest combined with spacious beach and good weather made for a sweet day! Park to be commended for well supplied and clean bathrooms and friendly gate personnel. It costs to get in.

I loved running the rolling hills.

More of a park, than a trail... or two parks .... but still very well laid out and very beach park feeling. There is a parking fee if you park at the inlet park, but this can be avoided if you park in between it and the light house along the road. The light house park also costs to enter....

There are some trails and some riser site seeing view points that are private, but most of this is park feeling and open... you can’t beat the iconic walk out of the inlet pier though:) awesome congregation area for locals and tourist alike... high surfer, fisherman and boat traffic area. Tons to see and experience! Not a lot of shade on this one!

trail running
13 days ago

Beautiful, well maintained, paved. Lots of animals.

Beautiful view, easy to walk, bring water.

13 days ago

The trail is essentially impassable during the wet season. After trying to slog through more of a river than a trail, I turned back. I’ve hiked this during the dry season and it’s a great hike. But not a wet season destination.

Amazing trail with plenty to see. Dog friendly

Favorite walk in the Everglades.

Nice trail. Very dog friendly. Beautiful scenery.

A short loop trail about half a mile long that takes you through an Everglades hammock community with old growth mahogany trees.

Great Trail. Walk our dogs daily. Relaxing and beautuful. Find and learn something new each time.

An amazing spot with so many different routes you can truly explore the marshes of Florida and even get close to Tampa Bay waters as they allow you to sit on the coast.

We are new to the hiking scene but this is our favorite place so far!

Was fun & educational

Good mix of boardwalks and sand trails. Lot of doubleback trails that lead to "lookout" points. Low bug factor, not crowded. Good for early morning hikes in warmer weather.

1 month ago

Awesome trail, though paved it makes for an excellent hike! There are several parks connected that might call for further checking out.

Perfect for walking, running, skateboarding, cycling. For families, couples or singles. We must go to the County for its maintenance.

1 month ago

This preserve is beautiful! Plenty of awesome scenery, lots of shady spots and benches. Amazing.

I started at cypress point park in Tampa and walked 10 miles and turned around and walked back the 10 miles. It can be a struggle on a hot day, so water packs is a must. There’s only one restroom/water fountain break close to Hogan’s beach...unless you don’t mind stopping at the hotels on the trail to use their facilities. I have walked this 3 times already, the best was when it’s cloudy/overcast out...even saw a dolphin on the shoreline.

Great day hike trail! Good mix of shell paths and boardwalks to keep you interested. Several loops you can take which is great if you have to cut your walk short for any reason. My only criticism would be to have better markings on the shorter loops on how to access the perimeter waterside trail. Also it isn't marked clearly on the map, but the middle boardwalk DOES connect with the back perimeter trail!

Easily took my 4-year-old out to walk 3 of the trails. We’ll be back.

1 month ago

Exekent For Hiking And Bike

2 months ago

This is one of the most gorgeous places we've ever been to... an absolutely pristine key surrounded by vibrant aqua water, featuring the largest work of masonry in the western hemisphere, which is loaded with historical importance. This place is truly a unique gem of the NPS.

My wife and I visited in February 2018. The weather was perfect, and we were glad to see that the westernmost reaches of the Florida Keys experienced minimal damage from the 2017 hurricane, including Key West and Dry Tortugas.

I snorkeled some while we were there, but quickly realized that there was actually more marine life to see just walking the moat.

My recommendation would be this: if you go, camp. Definitely camp. Very few people do, so it's possible that you'd have the park to yourself once the ferry leaves around 4:00. Though the abandoned civil war prison cells might be a bit eerie at night, I would imagine that the stars and ocean soundtrack would make it worthwhile.

I can't recommend this park enough.

Took the dog along, it was a hot day so I ended up carrying him back part of the way. Once you reach the fort there is shade. A little bit of history is always fun. Will go back for the shops and restaurants when family comes to visit.

This trail is great and offers many options. The scenery is awesome and incredible as you walk, hike, roller blade, bike or stop and have lunch at one of the many possible locations on your way towards Tampa or Clearwater.Definitely a family favorite. We love it!!! Thanks.

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