This is mostly all boardwalk trails slightly elevated above the tides in this well preserved area right in the city. The trails wind through the mangroves and there are well placed placards describing the highlights along the trail. There are two sections where the boardwalk goes out into the Calosahatchee River as long fishing piers and for great views. If you take your time and walk quietly and slowly so as to see some wildlife, it may take 1-1/2 to 2 hours. Outside the entrance are many monuments to servicemen and women of past wars, very impressive. Way on the west end you can rent kayaks for a fee and take a water voyage in the preserve on weekends. Nice place.
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