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Maritime Hammock Sanctuary

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Maritime Hammock Sanctuary

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6200 S Highway A1a, Melbourne Beach, FL 32951
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Exploreoften_amc wrote a review Jun 2020
56 contributions9 helpful votes
Visited here on the way back from the beach. I highly recommend drenching you drench yourself with bug spray. The trails aren’t marked distance wise but they are marked. It’s pretty but I didn’t see much wildlife .
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Date of experience: June 2020
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PowerTrippers wrote a review Mar 2020
Cocoa Beach, Florida1,046 contributions7,238 helpful votes
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We’ve been coming to Cocoa Beach for 15 years, and had driven by this park many, many times. We finally decided to stop and check it out today and we’re glad we did. There’s nothing mind-blowing here. Just a nice little, primitive park with some easy walking trails, beautiful vegetation, lots of lizards and a pretty little pond. It was nice to just stroll around this peaceful little preserve on a beautiful Florida day. Well worth a 1/2 hour stop. -The Power Trippers
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Date of experience: March 2020
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withvalidity wrote a review Jan 2020
Port Saint Lucie, Florida843 contributions191 helpful votes
Once you find this little park you will come back. Different little trails surrounding water and wild life. Wish our community would do something like this. You can walk your pet, but please pick up after them so not to ruin it for others.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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sharw2015 wrote a review Nov 2019
Lakewood, Colorado105 contributions28 helpful votes
The web site provides times for guided tours which are well worth taking. Our guide was knowledgable and identified many plants that I had only known the names of and she gave us a lot of local environmental history. Few bugs except for a few very wet places where we did not linger. It had been rainy and the guide got there early and informed us that the path was washed out near the lagoon, but if we had wanted to brave it, she would have led the way. It was a small group so we got a lot of personal attention. Although I do a lot of hiking new areas on my own, I would certainly take this tour again.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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risingwind0514 wrote a review Sep 2019
Lady Lake, Florida10 contributions3 helpful votes
It's right on A1A. If you don't look for paved parking you'll find it easily with Google maps. Pull off into a grass parking area. There's also no building, just a billboard about the history and habitat. It's pretty primitive, but the trail is fairly well-maintained and very clearly marked. Most of the trail is under canopy. It's very beautiful. We saw butterflies and heard a lot of small creatures getting out of our way. The path is not stroller-friendly and I'd hesitate to bring kids much under 10, they'd most likely be bored unless they're very into walking/hiking/outdoors. The bugs were not bad at first but got worse the closer we got to the river. DEET a must for an enjoyable walk! I'd also recommend closed-toed shoes. Expect a little mud, too. We didn't complete the loop, because we're old, fat, and out of shape, but we really enjoyed the part we did do!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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