Saw a couple of crocs here, but it's just a big water hole. We thought there might be more to see. Water wasn't especially pretty. The nature trail is very short.
I don't know what I was expecting. The trail was once a loop around the hole but only goes half way now. There is an observation platform where you can look out over the hole and there were two alligators within 1 foot of the platform. Don't fall in. 99.9% chance they have been fed by stupid humans and now... More
Great place to see wildlife up close and personal. A deer was within 2 feet of us on the trail. Also, a peacock was that close to us on that same trail. It is a peaceful, quiet trail that is worth finding.
We found this in the middle of the day.Perhaps it was too hot for critters, but we did see one doe, one fresh water turtle, and blue gill type fishes. No gators. Lots of gecckos... But, I bet if you go early am or towards dusk..there would be more wildlife. Fresh water is hard to come by in the mangroves... More
We stopped here hoping to catch a glimpse of the Key Deer. We didn't see any unfortunately. We did see some cool iguanas and 2 alligators up close. We walked around to the dock/viewing area overlooking the lake and the alligators swam over to us to check us out. We were literally right over them. It was so cool. We... More
We visited the blue hole as part of our trip in the Key Deer preserve. On our way to the Blue hole, we drove slowly and turned onto a couple of residential streets off of Key Deer Blvd because we saw key deer there. They are very plentiful in the land surrounding the Blue Hole, you just have to drive... More
Just a short drive that is worth it to enjoy the local wildlife, and to walk. Keep your eyes open as there is lots to see along the way, and in the water.
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