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Nice walking paths with cool wooden bridges everywhere. Lots of scenic overlooks. The hiking part of the trail was overgrown and without too much to see.

Absolutely loved it here! Took my two kids after they did the egg hunt that was here for Easter. We saw a 15+ foot gator we saw a blue heron eating fish and the sites were very beautiful! We are definitely going back!

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Fun hike with the dogs and family! The "loop" trail should have been an out and back trail. Because the second half brought us through thick grass and wet trail!

Friday, August 25, 2017

still closed for repair hope it opens next year.

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Saw two baby gators, ducks. Lizards, turtles and birds. Easy walk and very pretty. We didn't know we needed $3 per person to enter the park. Luckily they took a debit card.

Great scenery. Good trails.

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Tuesday, September 06, 2016

Such a gorgeous place! Several connected trails around the historic canal. Some areas heavily wooded, some boardwalks over swamp, and some along the water. Trails well maintained and marked. We did lose the green trail at one point but found our way back to the park gate. No trash of any sort. My kids had a great time. There is an interpretive center with exhibits and clean bathrooms and a picnic/ playground area. Will definitely return.

Friday, July 17, 2015

you have to pay per person to get in! you can't just walk around.. maybe this should be stated

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