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Robinson Nature Preserve

#1 of 75 things to do in Bradenton Features Animals
1704 99th St NW, Bradenton, FL
+1 941-748-4501
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Great Place to Walk or Bike

This is a great area to take a stroll or to take a leisurely (or not so leisurely) bike ride. Not a... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Robin D
Bradenton, Florida
A must see when visiting Beautiful Bradenton

On the way to Anna Maria Island is this gem of a natural park. Whether walking (although not... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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1704 99th St NW, Bradenton, FL
+1 941-748-4501
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Reviewed 3 days ago

This is a great area to take a stroll or to take a leisurely (or not so leisurely) bike ride. Not a lot of shade so be sure to bring sun protection!

Thank Robin D
Reviewed 1 week ago

On the way to Anna Maria Island is this gem of a natural park. Whether walking (although not advised during warm, humid weather) or biking, this is a natural Florida gem to showcase its truest beauty. From the headquarters parking lot (free parking), visitors travel...More

Thank Noreaster123
Reviewed 1 week ago

Very hot and in the sun but you can fish and Kayak. Take plenty of water and a camera because you will see lots of critters. On the look out tower you can see the Skyway Bridge also.

Thank Brian H
Reviewed 1 week ago

Great place to bike or just walk. Flora and fauna galore. Sun or shade. Public restrooms. We like to ride our bikes thru to the causeway and beach, just quiet nature

Thank melbagals
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Love the natural habitat, clean restrooms in the area of the pavilion in front area entrance. Bike path, fishing ,swimming and nature walks through out.

Thank ddurrance1960
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

went with our grandchildren and had an excellent time walking the trails… Great views, easy walking trails and lots to do for the children!

Thank 905ritad
Reviewed 1 week ago

Robinson Nature Preserve is a great place for a walk or bike ride. Bradenton should consider saving more places like Robinson's. You can walk up to Tampa bay and get a real feel for old Florida before man decided to turn this beautiful state into...More

1  Thank Shirley60786
Reviewed 1 week ago

beautiful place for a walk or bike ride. nice dirt/paved trail. lookout tower. see osprey, lots of birds. part is on sarasota bay. great views.

Thank pixielu3
Reviewed 1 week ago

I go here to drop the kayak and paddle board. Excellent parking and clean restrooms. Beach entry for the launch and drive up with a fresh water wash down makes for an easy day on the water.

Thank David z
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

If you are new to the area or a local, Robinson's preserve is a must see and do! Nestled amongst the mangroves just off manatee avenue is where you will find this nature lovers paradise. You can bike, walk, jog, or even kayak and canoe....More

Thank Sbrassil1
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Marie S
19 July 2017|
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Response from pixielu3 | Reviewed this property |
Anywhere between 25-30 min. Depends on where you are in each town. They border each other.
11 June 2017|
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Response from cwille | Reviewed this property |
Entry is free, the same with all the wonderful Manatee County nature preserves. I think there are canoes, too. The launch point and all the bay-sheltered waters -- and there are more waters to wear out a kid -- are fairly... More
14 April 2017|
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Response from lee73thefixitman | Reviewed this property |
Yes you can.