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Sabal Palm Sanctuary

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Sabal Palm Sanctuary

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Cathleen H wrote a review Mar 2020
San Antonio, Texas12 contributions6 helpful votes
If you enjoy walking among the trees you will definently enjoy walking through one of the oldest stands of Sabal Palms anywhere. It's is cool under the canapy.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Sylvia S wrote a review Feb 2020
Yorkton, Canada110 contributions37 helpful votes
We arrived a little late in the morning. The temp was 84. It was a windy day, so no mosquitoes when we were there. Did not see any wildlife, but didnt expect too given the time of day we were there. It is a nice easy hike. Good for the whole family. The jouse is beautiful as well.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Angeles wrote a review Jan 2020
Burien, Washington1,506 contributions388 helpful votes
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We arrived first thing in the morning. A member of the staff soon put food in the bird feeder and soon we had an incredible spectacle of birds. Seemed best to arrive at opening. We were the only ones there and the birds were most numerous at that time.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Lindsay S wrote a review Jan 2020
2 contributions2 helpful votes
I ended up here alone early on a Tuesday morning. After crossing through the border wall and loosing phone signal I was a bit nervous about what I was getting into. After a briefing from the lovely attendant in the house, I set out along the trails. It felt very isolated and so cool! I saw several birds and heard lots of rustling of other animals along the trails. This is a must see if you're in the area. A nice balance of adventure and nature. The trails are easy to walk. But even in January I was batting away mosquitoes. Loved it and hope to come back!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Tim_of_Gilbert wrote a review Oct 2019
Gilbert, Arizona156 contributions50 helpful votes
A couple of notes here. First, it is very hot and humid. I was drenched, soaking. So maybe November-March is a better time to come. THe insects are many, so take bug spray. It is a very dense jungle in a semi tropical zone. You need to stay on the trail. There are a wide assortment of wildlife, especially birds. But they are hiding in the dense brush. You are on your own on the trails. But they have pretty good markings. A sidebar, just north of the site is a wall of sorts, huge steel beams with small openings, and the border patrol has a presents. The restrooms are only on site at the manor.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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