Explore the most popular nature trips trails near Immokalee with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

I’ll stick with the trails back home, they allow dogs

1 day ago

Is everyone here against dogs??

ill admit I got the luckiest hike of my life this day. Once a year, volunteers clear the path for hikers and I got lucky enough to hike that same day. (11/17/2018)

The hike was well marked, path was very clear of debris. The weather was amazing. We started the hike at 6:30am and returned just a little after 1pm.

I hiked up blue to the panther camp and reversed back down blue till I got out. I did not use the red loops because having to walk down the car path on foot for so long is rough on the feet and knees. so I recommend going up blue to panther and coming out using blue as well. We saw tons of panther tracks, some I posted on here.

trail running
4 months ago

You can run or hike on this trail for the first 4.75 Miles, I was expecting tu run the full 14.9 but vegetation took over and looks like no one has been there in a long time. 0 traffic and found snakes along the way.

After this first tree canopy it gets boringly

we completed the trail today. 3.29.18 and hiked a total of 16.02 miles. Took us about 7hrs including the the breaks we took. We had also really good weather. the day was hot but there was a breeze. very little shading. bring sunblock and about 3L of water per person. there isn't any water source available. all the ponds and bodied of water have alligators. BIG ONES. there are two camping zones with picnic tables so you can enjoy lunch. overall great trail.

backpacking
8 months ago

Completed the loop on my dads b day (15.83 miles). He passed away several years ago and I wanted to commemorate his life. Took me about 6 hours with several stops to snack and rest my feet. Bring sunscreen, bug spray, and “plenty” of water. Not much shade to be had. But over the day was successful. Good luck!

8 months ago

nice trail. longer than the 3.1 closer to 4 miles. clean trail well maintained

Did this a few weeks ago and it was dry so nice not to walk through the mud. We stayed overnight in Panther camp and it was great as there was a picnic table and fire ring available.

This is a well marked trail with occassional benches and numerous "kissing gates" along the way. It was dry the day we hiked it but much of the trail can be wet, even flooded, during the raining season. A lot of the trail is in the open so be sure to bring sun screen and drinking water. We enjoyed our hike and the curious cows watching us as we passed by.

10 months ago

Dogs are allowed here, they need to be on a leash.

hiking
10 months ago

This is a great trail. We hit only a few patches of mud and one small bit of about an in deep standing water that we had to cross; otherwise the trail was dry and maintained, with clearly marked blaze and signs. We saw about 4 black racer snakes, at least 10 alligators sunning themselves once the clouds cleared, plenty of birds, wild flowers, and butterflies, and only about 4 other people. A few downed trees are still crossing the trail, but it would be easy to carry a mountain bike over them. I would happily hike, camp, trail run, or mountain bike here so long as it hadn't recently rained. But it got hot when the sun came out and there was nowhere to refill water, so bring plenty with you. Also, there is plenty of parking in the Collier County Rest Stop -- the entrance to the trail is just off the parking lot on the North side of I-75.

hiking
Saturday, August 05, 2017

Phone died from heat early on my 4 mile+ trek through the Marsh trails. The trails are flooded in some areas and you may have to wade through water up to knee height.

Sunday, April 10, 2016

Could use a few more trail signs. Overall a great hike. I will be back!

Thursday, January 30, 2014

it was worth $12. neat vegetation beautiful trees. saw an alligator attempt to get a snake bird in a tree. even thou it was 60 degrees.

hiking
Sunday, December 09, 2012

My article on this trail is found on my blog at: http://travelwithnature.wordpress.com/2012/09/27/bear-island-campground-and-the-fire-prairie-trail/

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