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Brooker Creek Preserve

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3940 Keystone Rd, Tarpon Springs, FL 34688-7820
+1 727-453-6800
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Wonderful Outdoor Walking Trails

This is a beautiful park that has nice walking trails. They have a main path that can be used for... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
dontchange
Brooker Creek

Long creek which drains from the well fields and water way to help to drain a great number of areas... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Paul L
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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 Creek Preserve Environmental Education, provides numerous interactive exhibits, nature store, and resource center. Open Wednesday from 9:00 am to 8:30 pm and Thursday - Sunday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm (closed holidays).
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3940 Keystone Rd, Tarpon Springs, FL 34688-7820
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a beautiful park that has nice walking trails. They have a main path that can be used for people who have wheelchairs. They provide maps with distance charts which is very nice. The path goes through a forest type area and is partially...More

2  Thank dontchange
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Long creek which drains from the well fields and water way to help to drain a great number of areas where people live and in the preserve there are a number of native animals to see but I know on my own prp[ertu sout of...More

Thank Paul L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

At the northern end of Pinellas County, you can escape to Brooker Creek. Lots of trails, but many other activities too. We love the once/month Sat. book club, which is discussing FL history and authors right now.

Thank Gail M
Reviewed 14 August 2017

Interesting place. Gone there 4 times now - usuallyon our way to CB's orange farm (great spot on boy Scout Rd.) AS you drive in and park you start your walk. YOu can go to the centre and have a look around and then head...More

1  Thank 200boba
Reviewed 9 August 2017

Brooker Creek is a lost gem located in the outskirts of Tarpon Springs. Its off the beaten patch from the local tourist attractions. Brooker Creek spans 8700 acres and is the largest natural area located in Pinellas County. IT contains an Education Center which explains...More

1  Thank Anubus6
Reviewed 2 July 2017 via mobile

We went today to hike the 4 mile trail but after a mile we noticed that it was going to be impossible...the trails were open however with a lot of stuck water from the rain which means a loooot of mosquitos after trying 2 different...More

2  Thank Bratsch c
Reviewed 23 June 2017

Great park with easy trails and a variety of flora styles. We didn't see much in the way of fauna but it was a super relaxing off the beaten path place and was free entry. Take the time to take a walk.

1  Thank teamflames
Reviewed 22 June 2017

We always tell the kids to look around because "We always see at least one tortoise on the way in." We keep going back to Brooker Creek because we live pretty close and almost always see a big alligator and at least one tortoise (sometimes...More

1  Thank jzsi1844
Reviewed 29 May 2017

This has to be one of the nicest county parks anywhere. Good parking areas. A boardwalk over to the park educational center. Modern clean inside restrooms, Over 4 miles of easy to walk trails thoroughly marked through forested wetlands and pine woods. The preserve is...More

3  Thank Alan Z
Reviewed 29 April 2017

Start by visiting the educational center to learn about the walks that are available for plants and trees or photo and birds. The history of the preserve and what to see. A lot to enjoy and most are free

1  Thank Donald G
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Katie G
19 March 2017|
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Response from kater523 | Reviewed this property |
I don't know. I think you'll be okay. But some terrain isn't the smoothest.
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richie b
22 February 2017|
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Response from GreenUnicorn | Reviewed this property |
Admission was free. Check their website for hours.
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Sandra G
20 November 2016|
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Response from rencer2014 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, the exhibits and the first portion of the nature trail is a wide pavement or wooden walkway. The rest of the nature trail is a wide dirt path. I would not reccomend that. If you want to experience Florida as it was... More
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