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It is a nice boardwalk. For my taste it is a short walk- 10-15 min max. I have been there 2 times in this month. In my first visit I was lucky and saw some wildlife. If you like nature, it is a nice place...More
This area is as peaceful as you will find in urban America. The first hour I was there I was alone with nature. This is the road less travelled. The downside is the lack of animals that I witnessed. Children will be bored, but a...More
It is free to walk about and very nice if you have the time. I saw a Great Egret on my first time here and it was pretty cool. I wish I knew about it earlier because I drove to shark valley about an hour...More
This is what I call a simple nature area with a well kept boardwalk, a few areas to sit and a great view of acres of wetland. This is classified as a "passive park" with not much to do besides walking and viewing nature. I...More
Beautiful, peaceful, flora and fauna at arms reach, boardwalk runs down the middle, kiosks for shade to sit, rent a boat to move through the area, a microcosm of the everglades within Pembroke Pines. Small in area and there are barely anyone there so you...More
Quiet. FREE. Nice place to enjoy nature. On Saturday mornings you can rent canoes, first come, first serve. No fishing allowed, but you can see them in the water. There are signs along Boardwalk, but I just like to let the kids run.