The park protects 7000 acres near the Indian River and on the north fork of the St. Lucie River. The park principally protects the largest freshwater marsh remaining in southeast Florida. Visitors can hike/bike 17 miles of trails (be aware: the trails flood seasonally), take kayak tours through the marsh, and participate in a variety of activities run by the park's Education Center. The park is excellent habitat for wading birds and several endangered species.
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Savannas Preserve State Park
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