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Port Bougainville Trail is a 2.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Key Largo, Florida that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 2.3 miles Elevation Gain: 19 feet Route Type: Loop

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

nature trips

walking

bird watching

running

forest

partially paved

views

wild flowers

wildlife

closed

It has been reported this trail has a temporary closure due to COVID-19. Please see the park's website for up to date information. Note: Sections of this trail can be CLOSED due to flooding. Please check with the park page before attempting.

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rocky
1 month ago

One of our favorite places to hike in the Florida Keys. It's hard to find a longer hike in the Keys away from the sounds of traffic. This is one of the last largest strands of tropical hardwood hammock and it is being preserved for our enjoyment. There is an honor box fee so please be sure to support the parks by paying your entry fee. Great for plant ID practice and normally some good birding as well. Some paved trail and hard packed. Others are dirt and mud dependent upon rainfall amounts. Always bring bug repellent no matter the time of the year.

walking
fee
flooded
3 months ago

When you hike down one side to the flooded section, then around the other side to the other side of the flooded section you end up with a nice 3.4 mile hike.

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bugs
flooded
4 months ago

LOTS of mosquitoes and could only go a little ways in due to flooding that was deeper than my ankles. Checked back after 2 weeks without rain and it was still flooded above my ankles. The mosquitos were fierce!!

hiking
closed
washed out
4 months ago

Neat history of how it used to be a housing community with a little marina in the 1990s. Easy walk. A little dull but relaxing

hiking
bugs
closed
8 months ago

WARNING: Have mosquito repellent on hand! Mosquitos everywhere assuming the humidity percentage was the culprit. A little confusing to navigate without a map. Overall a decent hike/walk. Couldn’t make the full loop due to flooding about .6 miles in.

hiking
Thu Mar 21 2019

Very nice trail, went just days after heavy rain and parts were flooded

hiking
Sat Jan 05 2019

Great park! There was one part of the trail slightly flooded but there was a rock path that we used to cross it.

walking
Wed Dec 26 2018

Quiet, not too scenic. The trail that goes to the coast is closed. Didn’t see any animals. Lots of native plants though.

hiking
Wed Dec 12 2018

A really nice quiet flat walk, if you’re into that. Otherwise pretty bland. A bit confusing, as others have said the longer loop is ambiguously closed. Was flooded during my walk, had to turn around.

walking
Fri Mar 16 2018

This park was a development project that was shut down by the government because of endangered habitat. The path was the road going in to the neighborhood. Looks like the road was intentionally torn up. Two loops. Long loop seems to always be closed. No park staff.

running
Wed Feb 07 2018

This trail is close to home so we gave it a try. For anyone out of town visiting the Keys please note that this is the most boring "park" I have ever been to. Park service is often set up (only during Snowbird season) to collect $2.50 to enter the park. The path is paved in some parts but not in others from what appears to be damage to the road and is therefore not wheelchair accesible. With SO MANY beautiful parks in the area, why anyone at all would waste their time driving up to the park is beyond me. Most of the long loop trail is underwater and a CLOSED sign is up to the right of the trail.

hiking
Sat Jan 06 2018

lovely trail, lots of wildlife!

Tue Apr 18 2017

It's a nice flat and shaded walk. The long loop cannot be completed without waders because it goes into the water. Then there is the half loop which is beautiful. There is a poisonous tree but just look out for it. I saw no crocodiles. It's very quiet trail and I had to pay 2.50 to walk. Very pretty!

hiking
Tue Mar 07 2017

This was a very peaceful trail that I walked with my dog once some stormy February weather passed. We encountered a couple of joggers but otherwise had the whole trail to ourselves. As a solo female (plus aforementioned dog), it seemed a bit remote at times. However, I enjoyed every second of this trail. The signs describing the trees and bushes were informative, and I stopped to read each of them. As an FYI: there is a port-a-potty around 200 yards in, but no water. I will make this trail a part of all my trips to the Keys from now own.

hiking
Tue Feb 11 2014

A nice mile loop (you can do it as a 2 mile loop) I did with mom and dad on the way back to Miami from Duck Key. Trees are well identified by tags. Trails, however could have been a little better marked. Nice and easy, flat loop. A handful of picnic tables are at the entrance to the loop, with a few benches around the trail. Very nice walking hike.

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