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Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve

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Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve

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Bob P wrote a review Jul 2020
Colorado Springs, Colorado61 contributions11 helpful votes
We had a wonderful couple of hours at the preserve, I will say it was very hot the day we went, but it was July. The way they've kept the natural setting of the preserve, and managed to get the amount of trails in the space they have is fantastic.The preserve is very easy to get to and well worth the trip from anywhere in the area, don't miss the opportunity for a great experience! The visitors center is fantastic!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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windvalley wrote a review Jul 2020
Europe870 contributions189 helpful votes
Came here on a hot Saturday morning right after the preserve re-opened after covid 19 lockdowns. I was a bit skeptical as the Palm Tree Retreat Gardens in Nassau were a total disappointment with poor signage and confusing trails. We were positively surprised as we were welcomed by very friendly and nice staff who clearly were so happy to be back and excited about their jobs. There are a number of trails and I think we could have spent half a day easily wandering around, however; it was very hot even at 8am when the preserve opened so we only walked to the tower, took in the views and walked back. Be aware there are plenty of snakes (we saw 3 Bahamian boas on the trail) and spiders. No worries, nothing is poisonous, but we did have a member of the group with a snake phobia. It was a wonderful and peaceful place, with excellent signs. For the first time after living in the Bahamas have I felt that we were actually in nature. I just wish it had not been so hot. Also, there are quite some bugs especially in the mangrove section, so bring some spray and wear proper shoes (sneakers are fine). Highly recommended and they have a cute little gift shop.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Ashton W wrote a review Apr 2020
Nassau, New Providence Island14 contributions4 helpful votes
This is a stunning and amazingly well kept nature preserve with a beautiful staff, landscape and views thad exude both inner and outer beauty very fluently. Their expertise of nature, mind and whole body preservation is not only refreshing but wraps one in a blanket like feeling of love and acceptance. it may sound like an exaggeration but in my humble and honest opinion this preserve is a 10/10 knock out! keep it up everyone and anyone reading please come and join us here! the gates are open. #goodvibes #wavegoodbye #tocovid #19nomore
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Craig M wrote a review Mar 2020
Charlestown, Rhode Island237 contributions75 helpful votes
The visitors center is beautiful and the staff is very informative. Trails are well marked with resting benches. Walk to the end and go up in the tower, beautiful views!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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nancysanders2003 wrote a review Mar 2020
Wentzville, Missouri15 contributions
The park is very well maintained and plants labeled nicely. The map they provide of the park shows you where to go. Lots of photo opportuniites. Not a lot of flowers in bloom in February but the plants and cactus were beautiful. Lots of opportunities for bird watching also.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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