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James E Grey Preserve

87 Reviews
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James E Grey Preserve

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Carla C wrote a review Jul 2020
New Port Richey, Florida2 contributions
They have beautiful walking trails that are mainly covered buy shade trees and a covered podium for fishing, as well as a launch for canoes or kayaks.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Svanstratt wrote a review Feb 2020
New Port Richey, Florida12 contributions1 helpful vote
Want to take a trip back in time? James Earl Grey Preserve offers Florida at its core. Kayak, hike, see gopher tortoises and lots of beautiful Florida birds! Easy access, quiet and peaceful.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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clpjr2000 wrote a review Feb 2020
Ravenna, Ohio307 contributions113 helpful votes
This is a nice out of the way park. Where paths and bridge patway maintained. There is uneven paths with some dirt com stone. I like if because has more natural feel. Not big but size enough with some off shoot paths for a mild walk or brisker pass ability. Free in and no fee to park. Turtles, fish and I here at right times gators. Has pavilions to picnic and bathrooms. Small kids playground. I enjoyed it and would come again. All ages appropiate.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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otmgoodale wrote a review Aug 2019
Colorado Springs, Colorado58 contributions31 helpful votes
We really enjoyed the evening we spent hiking here. It was pretty secluded, as we only saw maybe 3 other people the entire time we were there, and very pretty. You only need 2 hours or so to hike every mile of trails in the preserve, and we saw tons of wildlife during that short time, including an armadillo and several tortoises. For us westerners, it was also a very convenient way to experience some of Florida's unique environment and wildlife, while also enjoying a relaxing evening.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Pam D wrote a review May 2019
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This park is an amazing treasure in New Port Richey. Quiet, peaceful, and so old Florida. Beautiful boardwalk trail along the river, shelters for picnics, areas to fish, birdwatching, places where you can set your kayak or canoe in the river. Had my friend visiting from up north and we walk every day. We went there early Monday morning, May 6th, and there were a few areas on the trail where there were downed branches on the trail. The day before there was a really bad rain and wind storm. My friend wanted to go back the following day. We did and all the trails on the boardwalk, as well as the woods were cleared. Nice work Parks and Recreation department!!!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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