Great outdoor walk in Pinellas which is hard to find.

The kayak trail through the mangroves that really makes this place unique. Depending your pace and tides, and if you want to spend time in the deeper bay waters, one of the many fishing holes, or stop at the sandbar for a swim, the trail ranges between 2/6 hours to paddle.

It's excellent for critter spotting. A wide variety of birds, dolphins, rays, fish, and crabs inhabit the groves and on land you'll be sure to see a raccoon sneaking about, maybe even an armadillo.

It's a St Pete gem that offers enough of a scenic relief, you can forget the city is just over your shoulder.

Easy unpaved loop. Many wet spots in rainy season. Actively used.

Short, fun, and peaceful. Great for the little hikers.

Beautiful place! Bring your bug spray and hammock for day hiking

hiking
2 months ago

Peaceful and serene

It was beautiful and had lots of wildlife... including the worst mosquito swarm I'd ever experienced. Didn't make it as far as we'd planned as a result. Hopefully not the norm, because it was great otherwise.

Enjoyed the hike!

Did this as part of the greater part around it. Like the florid scenery but not much wildlife. There were plenty of bird watchers but not many birds

It was very beautiful. Not a lot of wild life in March but still beautiful.

hiking
7 months ago