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County folks planted new tree sired from old tree that was burned by careless women. Park is nothing much without tree. There is a short boardwalk and bathroom facilities but no drinking water. It is on the Seminole multi-use trail so it a convenient resting...More
This is a nice park, the boardwalk is well maintained and you get to see a tree that's almost 2,000 years old which is pretty exciting. It is disappointing at the senator the 3500 year old tree was burned down. This is still a nice...More
The trees, of course, were something to see. Nice interpretive trail. Lots of people in and out of the parking lot, but not many on the trail. Worth the stop if you are in the area, visiting Wekiwa Springs.
As a change of pace from the crowds at the various theme parks, we elected to explore this park. Turns out, there is an 1100 ft boardwalk leading to the remains of "the Senator" , a 3500 year cypress destroyed by an arsonist in the...More
Being a huge fan and nature lover of trees seeing this duo has been on my bucket list. Even with the charred remains of the Senator, it was worth the drive to see these magnificent giants. Can you think of any other living thing that...More
Short boardwalk to see a burned relic of a cypress tree and another large cypress; interesting for a nature lover, but uber-boring for most people; kids will be more interested in the playground equipment than the boardwalk! The most redeeming factor is the parking and...More