The water in this area is dirty looking. Great for fishing, but no beach area and the water is filled with seaweed. The land area is clean, the building is closed on the weekends.
Originally set aside to preserve the majestic, live oak trees for the masts on ships, this historical area is a must see! From the beautiful sugar-white sand beaches of Navarre & Pensacola beaches along Santa Rosa Sound, the Inter-coastal waterway and Gulf to Fort Pickens historically preserved bunkers, this area is magnificent!
That's about all I can say. Love the whole Navarre Beach area - history, saving for the future, and beauty.
I learned some things that I never knew concering how lumber was obtained for war ships over 100 years ago. As a history buff I was pleased to learn more about our country. This is worth stopping at for a rest stop and learning experence.
Good attraction for birders or nature enthusiasts. Access to both Santa Rosa Sound and Pensacola Bay.
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