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All reviews hidden gem the river boardwalk trail port richey great place to kayak canoe launch species of birds nice boardwalk half mile quiet park very nice place picnic tables nature restrooms stroll vegetation playground
We went as a three-generational family. There is a nice play area for small children - slides and climbing things, but no swings. The boardwalk trail is under a tree canopy with scattered sunshine, and mostly shade. Plenty of birds, lizards, and insects. Would be...More
A place to escape the rat race and hectic pace of this modern world. Nice restrooms playground equipment if you bring the kids. Walk the boardwalk through the woods. Bring your kayak, or canoe and launch from the handicap accessible dock.
Time for park closure was earlier than sunset,but the ranger allowed everyone to stay to watch.
Sunsets are spectacular. We were in the area only a few days but made sure to get back for a second showing!
If seeing Florida in its purest state interests you more than theme parks, shopping and professional sports games, come to the James Grey Preserve. This beautiful tract of unadulterated Florida will give you the sense that you are in a completely different space than the...More
This preserve is simply beautiful! It's a hidden gem of the area and provides visitors a chance to take a peaceful stroll though a very natural piece of Florida. The vegetation is eye catching and provides an almost Jurassic feel. It sits along the Pithlachascotee...More
Of course, this would be an amazing place for a hike or some time with your kids. I personally love it because I'm an amateur photographer and taking pictures of the endless nature that is James E. Grey preserve is a great way to practice...More