Savannas Preserve State Park
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
Effective Oct. 18: FEC Railroad will restrict access to local traffic only during construction on Riverview Drive, which will reduce access to areas of the park.
Temporary Trail Closure to Protect Sensitive Area
Effective Sept. 30, 2021: A portion of the Gopher Tortoise Trail is temporarily closed to the west of Canoe Launch Road, between the equestrian parking lot and the outdoor classroom. This portion of the trail has been deemed a "sensitive area” and will remain closed until further notice for habitat protection. Visitors with an equestrian trailer should call 772-398-2779 several days prior to arrival for updated guidelines on parking and unloading.
Know Before You Go
Effective Oct. 11: The Savannas Preserve State Park education center is closed for renovations. Guided canoe tours are currently unavailable.
Welcome to Savannas Preserve State Park
Located on Florida's southeast coast, the park's scenic landscapes represent what the first pioneers would have seen in the area.
Savannas Preserve State Park protects a representative sample of a basin marsh that extended throughout South Florida prior to rapid suburban growth.
Pavilions and picnic tables are available near the center and at trail heads throughout the park. Canoeing, kayaking and fishing in the wetlands are popular recreational activities.
Wildlife enthusiasts and photographers will enjoy the diversity of habitats this undisturbed area has to offer. The park boasts over 17 miles of multi-use trails that provide ample opportunities for hiking, bicycling and horseback riding.
Regularly scheduled guided walks and canoe trips are available by reservation.
Plan Your Visit
Interpretive Tours at Savannas Preserve
Savannas Preserve State Park Photo Gallery
History of the Land at Savannas Preserve
Saving the Savannas Mint
People Make the Parks
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