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[ft-l] Seabranch Preserve State Park?
Seabranch Preserve is maintained by the Tropical Trekkers. It is located on
A1A about 2 miles south of Cove Road in Stuart. It is considered part of the
St. Lucie Inlet State Preserve. There is a loop trail there that is hiked
often by our chapter and we always make it back. I'll check with the
trailmaster,Audrey Minnis for more info. It is a pretty walk through a
scrub habitat much like areas of the Ocala NF...big sandpines, hollies,
rosemary, deer moss, etc....
From: Cricket <D_Blick@msn.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Thursday, November 01, 2001 10:24 AM
Subject: Re: [ft-l] Seabranch Preserve State Park?
>I think it's fairly new. I went to the State Park website and it was
>listed, but there is no link to any info yet. My internet research has
>revealed the following: It's in Martin County, 919 acres on St. Lucie
>inlet. Scrub and estuarine habitat. Located near the VFW post on S.E.
>Dixie Highway. Open to the public for passive nature hiking and
>photography. Over two miles on interconnecting trails that wind through
>freshwater and mangrove swamps, mesic and scrub flatwoods and sand pine
>I was hoping that someone from one of our southern chapters could tell me
>whether we actually have built or are building trail in there.
>----- Original Message -----
>Sent: Thursday, November 01, 2001 9:14 AM
>Subject: Re: [ft-l] Seabranch Preserve State Park?
>> Never heard of it, and I have the state parks guide from 1999. Do you
>where it is?
>> Cheers, Sandy
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