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Brooker Creek Preserve is Pinellas County's largest natural area at nearly 8,500 acres. Boardwalks and trails (hiking and equestrian) are currently available for public use. Opens every day at 7:00 am and closes 30 minutes before sunset. The Brooker...more
Such a well funded and well run facility. An awesome nature center with a truly amazing short video presentation. Great people, well maintained trails, and breathtaking beauty through. What an amazing gem of an education center.
It was amazing because the museum was really educational and the trails were really long and sights were not your every day bird type sights the bird trail had a eagle nest in the distance my feet may have hurt but it was worth it
This is one of the few remaining natural areas in Pinellas County. It has lots of native wildlife, including birds, gopher tortoises, alligators, cottonmouths and other snakes, lizards, and frogs. Well worth preserving such a place from development!
This is a few miles east of Tarpon Springs and a few miles north of Old Tampa Bay. I went at 4pm on a Friday during the dry season and there were just 5-6 cars in the parking lot. There is a short boardwalk over...More
My husband and I have lived in central Florida for six years and still found this preserve educational - as well as a relaxing experience.
The site is pristine with many walking trails that are well marked. A trail map can be picked up at...More
Brook Creek Preserve is a good example of a well thought out and maintained preserve. The map and trails are easy to follow and offer short or long walking opportunities. Also, there are informational placards on the trail. The views of the swamps, flatlands, etc....More
This a great place to go for a quiet walk in the woods. We did not see much wildlife, but there is a pair of nesting bald eagles in the park (saw one bird in the nest). Bring binoculars because the nest is a good...More