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Tiger Creek Preserve

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Lake Wales, FL
+1 863-635-7506
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Very Worthwhile Hike

I went in January, 2018. Trails are part of an ancient dune system stretching in a north/south... read more

Reviewed 10 February 2018
Pappy_NC
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BARTOW, Florida
Easy Hiki

Overall, this is about a 12 miles hike. The terrain is white sand so microspikes might make it... read more

Reviewed 25 March 2017
Raymond Z
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Lake Wales, FL
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Reviewed 10 February 2018

I went in January, 2018. Trails are part of an ancient dune system stretching in a north/south line in central Florida. There is quite a bit of elevation change and winding paths so the walk is not boring. There are deer, bald eagles, scrub jays...More

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Reviewed 25 March 2017

Overall, this is about a 12 miles hike. The terrain is white sand so microspikes might make it easier to traverse. We only did the Creek Bluff Loop and was very enjoyable. While this is listed under Lake Wales, the western entrance is in Babson...More

1  Thank Raymond Z
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Reviewed 1 March 2017

I have only walked the Creek Bluffs Trail of this preserve, but was impressed with some of the views. The trail was 'blazed' with some additional signs at certain locations. However, I would encourage the visitor to pay close attention to the twists and turns...More

1  Thank Robert C
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Reviewed 15 January 2017 via mobile

Decided to go for a hike based on a recommendation from a friendly older couple that I met. After arriving I signed the ledger and picked up a trail map. I decided to take the Highlands loop and since I wasn't completely exhausted I decided...More

1  Thank Henry W
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Reviewed 17 January 2016

Trails take you through some of the best preserved and maintained habitat in Central Florida. A variety of plant ecosystems- upland, wetland, flatwoods. Many rare plants and lots of wildlife. Even after a prescribed fire it is beautiful to see the new growth. It is...More

1  Thank David P
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Reviewed 8 December 2015

This is a very nice place to hike. The trail is well marked and safe. There is lovely foliage to see and a great variety of birds and some wildlife. It was NOT crowded...actually one other couple was there...and it was extremely quite and peaceful....More

1  Thank Alexandra B
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Reviewed 13 August 2015

Unfortunately, many parts of this park are dilapidated and unsafe. The boardwalk part is falling apart, and the south end of it just idiotically stops in front of very tall grass. Obviously this part of the trail use to be maintained, but no longer.

1  Thank TheFloridaAdvisor
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Reviewed 31 May 2015

We heard quite a bit about this area, so we decided to take a drive over to see it, not a lot to see but a good concept to protect nature. There were walking trails and areas that you could kayak or canoe. We drove...More

Thank Bob S
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Reviewed 19 March 2014

Great fun and picnicked. Group of 15 canoes went and five kayaks. We called in advance to reserve them for our wedding weekend and everything went very smoothly.

4  Thank Bonnie G
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