There is an elevated walkway through the trees, and if you take your time and stop to watch for animals, you may be rewarded with some amazing sights. We watched turtles in the water, then watched a large black one trek through the dry brush to a second pond. We also saw a small aligator swimming nearby the walkway and more turtles, frogs, and fish. It's a nice walk where you can take your time (no mosquitos when we were there, and the sign says it's because the frogs, turtles, etc eat the bugs and their larvae) and wait to see what comes by. Can't beat the price -- the walk is free and the parking was just $1 per hour. We really enjoyed it!