Savannah Preserve White and Yellow Loop is a 2.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Port St. Lucie, Florida that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is accessible year-round.

Length2.7 miElevation gain0 ftRoute typeLoop
HikingNature tripsWalkingBird watchingViewsWildflowers
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Michael DeMaio
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Hiking
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Doug Tan
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Hiking
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Jon Schweichler
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Hiking
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Don Krueger
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Hiking
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Barbara McIntosh
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HikingGreat!

Easy walk, lots of birds. Looked like either a control burn or rolling fire came through part of the white trail and gopher trail

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Kellie Beebe
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Bryan Clark
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Mountain bikingFeeFloodedMuddy

Both yellow and white are flooded still. Some of the holes are very deep.

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Don Krueger
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Ryan Trentham
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Walking
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Kelly K
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HikingBugsFloodedMuddy

This was a fairly easy hike, with the exception of SEVERAL rutty and flooded areas; most spots had water measuring anywhere from ankle to knee depth. I only spotted some birds and frogs along the way. The insects were BRUTAL.

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Shannon Ortiz
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HikingFloodedMuddyNo shade
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Katharine Heinemann
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HikingOver grown

Very flat, wide trail. Not much variation but still beautiful and we saw some birds. A little overgrown and muddy.

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Bridget Chicoine
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Mountain bikingMuddy

My husband and I rode our tandem Bicycle, starting at the entrance on Easy Street. We started off on the white trail, veered off onto the blue trail until it hooked up with the white trail again, then rode to the Savannas Preserve education center. From there we made the return trip on the white trail, veered off onto the yellow trail, met back up with the white trail and took that all the way back to Easy Street. It rained recently so there was a lot of mushy parts on the blue trail, and I wouldn’t recommend it. The yellow trail and most of the white trail were passable, and it would have been much easier for a bicycle designed for off-road use.

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Eddy Reyes Jr.
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Hiking

Great trail for a day hike , good for novice and beginners... be careful with the flooded parts ... just use the edge to go around or get your feet wet like I did lol. Overall a great trail for anyone.

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Zach Davidson
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HikingFlooded

Nice trail but the white trail was flooded no way to get across water. But the portion i did go on one was nice. Good shade nice breeze lovely day to be out.

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Matthew Hoelscher
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Hiking

there's some major puddles you have to transverse on the way to the two Bridges. It's not undoable but it's not pleasant and you need to be prepared.

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Aimee Coalson
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HikingMuddy
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Andrew Jimenez
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HikingWashed out

Early August. Trail is completely flooded. Still pretty in its own way, but be prepared for a swamp walk.

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Eric Gauli
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HikingBugsMuddy
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Megan Remick
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Mountain bikingMuddyNo shadeWashed out

Great trails to just get out in the wilderness and get some exercise. Completely flat and mostly sandy. The Yellow trail is pretty and has 2 bridges along the way that offer nice views. No shade....and on the return part of the loop (section of the white trail) four different places were flooded and impassable by cycle power. Water depth past my knees. So if it has been raining- I suggest to just double back on yellow trail to keep your feet dry.

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John Dyal
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Decent trails. Can be a little muddy at times. Bring plenty of water in the summer and wear comfortable hiking shoes.

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