This small nature park is set in a somewhat urban area, but once you get onto the boardwalk, it is a nice shaded stroll through the tangled mangroves. The path winds through a forest/swamp and comes out onto a nice big platform with views of a pretty inlet with boats, and some residential houses as well. We did not see any manatees in the water, only a few small fish. This is a nice easy path to walk and maybe can be stretched to a one hour visit. The park is free.
Also, as you drive into the parking lot on the right, there is a city boardwalk. The boardwalk is along some wetlands in front of a condo complex. This can be enjoyed after the Mangrove Nature Park visit, but is fairly short and not overly exciting.
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