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Heathcote Botanical Gardens

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Heathcote Botanical Gardens

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210 Savannah Rd, Fort Pierce, FL 34982-3447
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Fort Pierce Inshore Fishing Charters
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Fort Pierce Inshore Fishing Charters

Experience and explore the intercoastal and backwaters of Indian River Lagoon which has an abundance of Snook,Redfish, Spotted Sea Trout, Mangrove Snapper and Black Drum. Just minutes from Waterfront Beach, Fort Pierce Island has all types of fishing an eye’s view. View the beautiful scenery, while experiencing the thrill of a chance to catch the local inshore king, “the Snook” and many other species. A fishing enthusiast may choose to chase the resident fish, but there is a lot of variety for every angler.<br><br> All charters are guided by a licensed Captain in a modern inshore boat flat or bay boat, we provide the fishing rods and reels, right and left-handed and all the tackle you can use, as well as all other necessities including safety equipment.<br><br>While visitors were experiencing Fort Pierce and the outdoor fishing, they also enjoyed a trip through the Navy Seal Museum, a trip to Jetty Park or Blind Creek Beach!&#xa0;
$490.38 per adult
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me201666666 wrote a review Jun 2020
Duffield, Virginia153 contributions12 helpful votes
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This is one place you have to put on your bucket list. There are so many different gardens to visit. From bonsai to children's gardens. The children's garden area is both beautiful and educational. I MUST BE A CHILD, because I liked this garden the best. The bonsai garden was huge and sparks your interest. The only issue I had was it seemed to need some TLC, if they would pipe in some natural sounds, it would be more serene. But, a very nice place to visit.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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UOtterTravel wrote a review Mar 2020
Port Saint Lucie, Florida1,298 contributions394 helpful votes
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We enjoy holiday light displays, so after seeing billboard advertisements for the Garden of Lights we decided to visit. Parking was across the street in an unlit parking lot, so walking was a little dangerous. There was an employee/volunteer in the street directing cars to the lot. There were two tables at the entrance where you could pay the entrance fee. Lighting was dim at the entrance area, so you had to be very careful as the ground was uneven. There were a number of paths to follow to see the light displays. There was a gift shop that was open, as well as an area with food, drink, and crafts. The displays were pretty, and I'm sure it took quite a bit of time to set up. There was also a section with many bonsai trees that had lights on them. Many of the light displays had a Florida theme, and there was a model train set up. The light displays were well done.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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andrewintheswamp wrote a review Feb 2020
Miami, Florida34 contributions12 helpful votes
Heathcote is a small garden, run largely by community volunteers, so don't expect the most manicured grounds in the world. If you need one reason to visit, it's the Bonsai Gardens and it's co-located Japanese pavilion. This is the largest display of tropical Bonsai in the United States, largely the work of one man. If you have any appreciation of Bonsai in your soul, then please go and enjoy. The tri-topped Sable Palm is a unique feature as well. Don't miss the Tropical and Cycad trails.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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wendy l wrote a review Feb 2020
20 contributions1 helpful vote
A large display of Bonsai trees in many styles and of many ages. Front open garden area well tended with a lot of annuals. However, most of the other gardens were very overgrown and not well tended. Much of their support surfaces/ embellishments are rotting. For the price of entry, we were a bit disappointed as compared to other botanical gardens within 50 miles.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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SueD wrote a review Nov 2019
21 contributions1 helpful vote
Bonzi garden is fabulous. The grounds are so beautiful. Lots of great flowers, plants & yard art. Great wedding venu.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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