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Seabranch Preserve State Park

 About Seabranch Preserve State Park

A path leads through the park at Seabranch Preserve State Park.


John Lakich

Summer is upon us at Seabranch Preserve State Park and the temperatures have risen, but there is still plenty to see. Come enjoy an early morning hike through the Sand-Pine Scrub on our hiking trail or bring your bicycle and explore the East Coast Greenway trail extension through the park. The 10’ wide concrete path meanders through the park where you can notice the ecosystem changes as the rare and endemic Sand-Pine Scrub opens up to Scrubby Flatwoods and transitions down to the Mesic Flatwoods. Keep your eyes and ears peeled for a red-tailed hawk and perhaps a glimpse of an elusive bobcat. The trail is ideal for bicycling, rollerblading, and walking. Don’t forget your water bottle and please remember to keep your pet on a 6’ hand-held leash for their safety and the enjoyment others. We look forward to seeing you at Seabranch Preserve State Park this summer as you get outside and enjoy “...the Real Florida.” 

We also have a new GeoCache at Seabranch that is part of the Florida State Park’s Operation Recreation GeoTour program. For more information go to:


Seabranch Preserve State Park is located in eastern Martin County about 10 miles south of Stuart. Access to the park is from S.R. A1A near the VFW parking lot.


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  • Florida State Parks Pet Policy
  • Pets are permitted in the park, but not on the beach. They must be well-behaved and kept on a six-foot handheld leash at all times. Pets must not be left unattended or taken into restroom facilities or concession areas. Please clean up after your pet. Service animals are welcome in all areas and buildings of the park, as required by law.