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Enjoyed the trail. Beautiful scenery, and I particularly liked the self-guided markers and corresponding info on the brochures. The tombstone was neat as well. Took less than an hour for this side. Will review the AIS Trail separately.
Even on a hot, dry, spring afternoon, we saw a wealth of birds on this trail. The 1-mile loop trail map looked very clear but did not include the many side trails that existed off the trail. This became particularly problematic around the loop at...More
This place is a little hidden treasure
I heard about it through a friend
Went in the afternoon and I was alone on the trail with my dog
One side leads you to the river (north side)
It's a little tricky to navigate back through...More
Spruce Bluff is about 100 acres and it fronts the gated community that I live in on the North Fork of the St Lucie River. It is a Florida nature at its best and is mixture of upland and wetlands, including large bodies of water...More
While hiking through some of Florida's forest, you get to see ancient Indian burial mound and a small cemetery containing 2 adults and 5 children's remains from the earliest settlers of the area in 1890's.
A hidden gem in Port St Lucie. Great for hiking or leisurely walking if you are looking for something to do. Don't miss the ancient burial grounds, which are very interesting and a part of PSL history.
Visited this lovely little trail on a beautiful sunny day in February. It's about a 20 minute walk (ambling) to do the North Trail. We did not do the South as about 2 minutes into it we were being bitten by bugs so we gracefully...More