Theodore Roosevelt Area at Timucuan Preserve
Von 4 Einheimischen empfohlen ·
Über diesen Ort
The Theodore Roosevelt Area of the Timucuan Preserve features miles of river-side hiking trails, a bird watching tower and the ability to escape the typical sights and sounds of a major metropolitan city.
Unterstützt von Foursquare
Tipps von Einheimischen
This is our favorite hiking spot. It has great trails managed by the National Park Service. The Willie Browne trail is a 2 mile out and back that leads to the water and a viewpoint deck.
Great hiking spot with beautiful marsh vistas and a viewing platform.
This place has beautiful wide trails with hills, boardwalks, and lookouts. The Spanish Pond and Marsh areas are so pretty and the view from the top of the hill on the Timucuan trail is equally impressive.
"The Theodore Roosevelt Area is a 600-acre natural treasure of hardwood forest, wetlands, and scrub vegetation. It is also rich in cultural history. Visitors can experience miles of thickly wooded peaceful nature trails, vast grassland that supports both water and land animals, ancient piles of…
Einzigartige Aktivitäten in der Umgebung
Unterkünfte in der Nähe
Das empfehlen Einheimische
“Located on the St. Johns River one of the best places to view downtown and enjoy lunch or dinner”
- Von 10 Einheimischen empfohlen
“Grape and Grain is a wine and cocktail bar with a secret back pop up bar. They go all out for the holidays! Its located in San Marco which is a historic area. Parking can be a little rough, especially during happy hour. ”
- Von 15 Einheimischen empfohlen
“Sidecar is a speakeasy bar with great old fashion and custom cocktail drinks. it is right next to V-Pizzas which has really good pizza and wings and they serve the bar customers. ”
- Von 14 Einheimischen empfohlen
“Several beautiful hikes on Big Talbot Island and if you are a birder, Spoonbill Pond at the north end is a great spot. Black Rock Trail is a highlight (there are several parking areas on the east side of A1A and Black Rock Trail is one of them). Managed by the State Parks, you must pay to visit - I believe it's a $3 fee.”
- Von 6 Einheimischen empfohlen
“Right on a creek, this brewery has a great outdoor area that is equipped with a small beach area, and deck that leads out to the water. You can have a beer in hand and go look for manatees! They also have a full menu with excellent appetizers and entree options and often hosts events. This brewery is usually popping and parking is limited, be prepared to park offsite and walk. ”
- Von 11 Einheimischen empfohlen