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We have hiked Robinson Preserve many times, as we live nearby. It’s a large preserve that runs along the Manatee River toward the Intercoastal in NW Bradenton. You can hike, bike, kayak, and even put your toes in sand a few places. There are views...More
They have made new trails and have ample parking. The restrooms are clean and they have a screened in gazebo-type picnic area. It was clean, too. It can be reserved for parties and family gatherings. It is fun to climb the stairs to the lookout...More
My wife and I spent an enjoyable afternoon at this preserve. It is even better than it was from a year ago. We ventured on bikes. Just a small amount is for foot traffic only, otherwise hikers and bikers share the paved or hard packed...More
My family went on a weekend evening and it wasn't very crowded. There were some bikes on the trails and kayaks in the water (kayaks especially looked like a cool excursion and we will do that the next time if there is a next time)....More
This was a great place to hike, enjoy the outdoors, admire the Florida flora and fauna and get some exercise at the same time. Walk, cycle, kayak, hike.... it all works. But be prepared - hats, hiking shoes, cold water bottles are all mandatory for...More
We recently took our first cycle ride around The Robinson Nature Preserve. The cycle paths are in good shape and the scenery is fabulous. There is ample parking for the many cyclists who take advantage of this public facility. The ride was a good distance...More
Spent a few hours here doing a clockwise loop from the car park around by the water and then to the tower on the way back. Just over 3 miles in total.
Plenty of benches and shaded area places to stop on the way and...More