Spruce Bluff was settled by pioneers in the 1890s. A big freeze in 1895 wiped out the crops and the settlers abandoned the area. The preserve has the grave of some of the settlers, some short hiking trails and even an Ais Indian mound that dates back some 2000 years. It's at the back of a neighborhood in Port St. Lucie and nobody really knows it's there. Great for hiking and biking. Family-friendly—certainly no hills! It's a cool little corner of history in a place where history has visited seldomly.
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