Many natural challenges have occured in the park this year with droughts, hurricanes and deluges of water. With this full circle of events, the marsh has now filled back up and the miles of trails within are anticipated dry up over the next few months. This will leave our park visitors with opportunities to explore the park either by hiking, canoeing or kayaking. Park Rangers and volunteers...
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Savannas Preserve State Park
Welcome to Savannas Preserve State Park
Located on Florida's South East coast, scenic landscapes within the park represent examples of what some of the first pioneers would see travelling through the area. Savannas Preserve State Park provides a representative sample of a basin marsh that extended throughout Southern Florida prior to the rapid suburban sprawl. Pavillions and Picnic tables offering areas for visitors to relax are available near the center and at trailheads throughout the park. Park Visitors will enjoy Canoeing, kayaking, and fishing in the wetlands as popular recreational activity. Wildlife enthusiasts and photographers will enjoy the diversity of habitats this undisturbed area has to offer. Over fifteen miles of multi-use trails that provide other recreational opportunities for hiking, bicycling, and horseback riding. Regularly scheduled Guided walks and canoe trips are available by reservation.