Spruce Bluff, South AIS Indian Mound Trail

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Spruce Bluff Preserve

Spruce Bluff, South AIS Indian Mound Trail is a 1.9 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Port St. Lucie, Florida that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching.

Length1.9 miElevation gain6 ftRoute typeOut & back
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Michael DeMaio
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mohammad ramezani
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Jordan Wesley
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Took my bike. Couldn’t bike the whole, so walked my bike along the muddy parts. But very nice views.

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ian Bonthron
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Hiking

nice trail, To different parts of the trail only shows one part on all trails. Nice walk though.

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Leydi Sunderwirth
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Kelly Vander Werf
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Tim Goyette
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HikingGreat!

Hiked the north side and the trails were easy and wide for the most part. I didn’t realize there was another trail on the south side of SE Dar Lane but I will hike that trail on my next visit.

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David Bildstein
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Stephanie Piccino
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North trail is very easy to do, not a lot of mud. The view of the river is spectacular. Follow the orange blazes if you’re lost. The south trail is VERY muddy after the first boardwalk (points 14 and 15 on the trail map), I had to turn back since I didn’t have the right gear. I definitely will be back.

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Anthony Grogan
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Anthony Grogan
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Ryan Trentham
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Kelly K
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HikingGreat!Muddy

This is a beautifully diverse, yet easy, hike. Make certain you walk both trails; they are located on opposite sides of Dar Lane. The AIS Indian Mound Trail can be very muddy and mucky along the path from the first to second bridge. Take the time to explore some of the little extensions off of the main trails—you won’t be disappointed, as a variety of flora and fauna reside there. Gopher Tortoises, squirrels, Eastern Indigo Snakes, Limpkins, Snowy Egrets, and Mottled Ducks were all spotted.

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Leonardo Canete
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HikingBugs

Very secluded trail. It’s little bit sandy. What I like most of the trail is the elevation at the end.

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Arthur Bent
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Hiking

south trail was great! breeze was blowing over the marshy area nicely. Just watch out for other critters if you bring your pup. Alot of animals still call it home so you might see a gator or hear a pig like we did today!

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Anthony Grogan
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Melissa Perez
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Hiking

Trail is short but nice, saw a turtle while out here. I like hownit has some shady areas and soft terrain. I need to come back with my kayak and tryout the lake.

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Kelly Vander Werf
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HikingMuddy

Had to turn back after the bridge due to excessive mud. Would love to finish the rest of this trail on a drier day.

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Malinda Turner
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Hugh Stevenson
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Israel Rodriguez
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Nathan Zike
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This is a great trail right in our back yard! I bike this trail however its not bike friendly, there are high roots and boardwalks at some points where you have to walk, I would still recommend it for a quick ride. You have to visit the creepy cemetery, also know you have to walk through a private neighborhood to get to the water view. See attached photos of the map or trailhead map, my first time I didn't look at the map and they were easily missed.

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Thomas Salvador
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Kathy Wakefield
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Kelly K
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