Looking for a great trail near Port St. Lucie, Florida? AllTrails has 6 great hiking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Jonathan Dickinson State Park or J W Corbett Wildlife Management Area, we've got you covered. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 4 easy trails in Port St. Lucie ranging from 1.9 to 4 miles and from 3 to 13 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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

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.

We took the gopher tortoise trail to the otter trail because other reviews said the otter trail was one of the best. Unfortunately there was a very muddy section on the otter trail which we couldn’t pass and so we didn’t even make it a quarter of the way through that one. Also, we had a jogging stroller - which the otter trail wasn’t really compatible with. What we did see of the Otter trail was very beautiful - lots of shade, right next to the water, and even a kayak dock. The gopher tortoise trail had some shade, but the blue heron trail didn’t have very much shade at all. Both of these trails were stroller compatible. Make sure you pick up a trail map at the eco center before heading out. They have them outside, right by the door. Definitely worth going back, although maybe when it’s cooler.

hiking
2 months ago

Beautiful interpretive trail with read-along narrative on maps located at trailhead. You can also find the maps here: https://www.stlucieco.gov/departments-services/a-z/environmental-resources/preserve-listing/spruce-bluff-preserve

hiking
muddy
washed out
2 months ago

A beautiful trail in suburban Florida. Definitely pick up a map at the visitors’ center before heading out. Gorgeous going, but beware of the Scrub Jay fork - they aren’t kidding when they say it’s MUDDY! Otherwise this is a LOVELY trail, lots of families with cute kids who are willing to help. Definitely coming back! (Giving five stars despite my mud encounter because that’s on me - not the trail - and Oxbow Center DOES warn about this in the trail map.)

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.

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.

mountain biking
3 months ago

Lots of hog damage on trails. Sand Stretches in high ground, some knee deep water in low areas. GPS kept me straight. Cell service was sporadic. Many environments. Trail signs are in disrepair and can be missed. Classic Florida back country.

One of my favorite places to hike in post saint lucie.. lots of wildlife

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bugs
muddy
over grown
5 months ago

Swampy, wet, not a whole lot to View. Flat, wouldn’t do it again.

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

mountain biking
muddy
no shade
washed out
6 months ago

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.

Had a great time hiking with two dogs. The trails are friendly. There are several trials to choose from and they all flow into each other at one point or another so there is always a chance to shorten or lengthen the hike. The walk along the river side had some great views! The dogs loved the trail as well and were able to keep up the whole time.

Pros: true, get lost in the woods nature trail. Mix of sand and dirt, easy walking. Decently marked trail. Cons: This location is so remote that it’s a little unnerving. You take a dirt road back five miles and I was the only human there in addition to not having signal about a mile into the preserve. Just when I thought I had made it back safely in the same dimension, I popped out right around the corner in another parking lot with the exact same “you are here” location marked on the map. Lowkey panicked until I walked 100 yards to see my car. Also, red trail is under water. Bring a friend, you’ll feel more relaxed.

This is our favorite trail system in the area. The otter and scrub jay trails are the best for shade, interesting terrain, and views. The tortoise trail has no shade. Dogs on leashes are allowed.

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.

Easy long day hike. Nicely laid out and well marked - would probably do the shorter loop and picnic if I'm back there.

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