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We stopped by here on a Sunday. Unfortunately, The Visitor Center was closed that day. We took a walk down one of the trails to the water. We look back around checking it out all sorts of plants. We came the cross a gopher tortoise...More
The Nature Center offers well-versed volunteers to explain and teach you about the local wildlife and habitat. They have numerous animals inside that you can observe. The most incredible part for me, were the rolling trails off the back of the facility. These beautiful trails...More
This is a well maintained area. There's a small parking lot, $5 per vehicle, that's on your honor to pay. Hopefully people are honorable because it goes to help maintain the refuge.
The beach is just a short walk from the parking lot and is...More
My grandson (9 months old) had a wonderful time looking at the fish, snakes, and birds. My daughter & I had a great time also. It was very informative. Then to visit the wildlife refuge lets everyone know that the National Park Service is trying...More
A very beautiful nature preserve. I only took a short trail down to the water from the parking area. I'll come back later this week for one of the longer trails. It's just gorgeous here. Just a few people around a few dogs chasing sticks...More
We live in Hobe Sound, and we always choose "The Refuge" as our go to beach. The parking is very limited, so unless you go by boat, this beach has no crowds and is as un-spoiled as it gets! During high season, the parking ($5...More
This April my wife and I were able to visit the refuge, it has miles of beautiful beach to hike. Hobe Sound NWR is located on the southeastern shore of Florida, the headquarters is located near the City of Hobe Sound. This NWR was established...More