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Robinson Nature Preserve

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Robinson Nature Preserve

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1704 99th St NW Open Daily, Sunrise to Sunset, Bradenton, FL 34209-9694
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Reserve your place in advance to save time on vacation and unleash your inner Tarzan with this ticket to the TreeUmph! Adventure Course in Bradenton. Enter the park and swing into action on the ziplines, ropes, bridges, and cargo nets between the pine trees, bonding with friends and family as you brave the challenges. Adults’ and childrens’ courses, full instructions, all equipment, and a choice of time slots are included.
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Jessica E wrote a review 10 Apr
Goshen, Indiana229 contributions58 helpful votes
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I really enjoyed walking in this park during my recent trip to Anna Maria Island. It took about 20 minutes to drive to the park from Bradenton beach, but longer to get back due to traffic. Go early to avoid traffic. My son and I walked on a 3 mile loop. It was a completely flat trail, mostly gravel but some paved. There was an observation tower that we climbed up, and that was a pretty cool view! We also saw glimpses of Tampa Bay, salt marshes, and lots of birds. It was fun to imagine how Florida must’ve looked with all the lush vegetation before it was all developed.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Ladygrl wrote a review 08 Apr
Pekin, Illinois383 contributions65 helpful votes
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The Robinson Preserve is a must-do when in Bradenton! They have a 3 mile hiking trail that is beautiful or you can rent kayaks for $32 for 4 hours. I did both. You need to book the kayaks a day in advance through Kayak Jacks Paddle Sports. I highly recommend it. The Preserve is so calm and peaceful, and you can enjoy many species of Florida birds.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Db1105 wrote a review Mar 2021
Wilmington, Delaware177 contributions68 helpful votes
Nice nature preserve with land and water trails. What I don’t understand was the various group of individuals out on a nature preserve that have the need to blast music on boom boxes biking on the trails, fishing, and even two different groups in kayaking. What the blank is wrong with people. No wonder there was very little wildlife to see.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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243DLP wrote a review Mar 2021
Midland, Michigan805 contributions127 helpful votes
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They added a nice rubber path in a section they developed for access to a pond with kayak access (looks like maybe rental or storage area near the parking lot). There was a huge Osprey nest with young ones testing their wings. Lots of water birds and a turtle on the path! They have a nice restroom facility and a covered picnic area. It's free entry and lots of area to park. There was an observation tower/information center nearby. Make sure you bring water as the water fountains are closed due to Covid. Very enjoyable visit.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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sujocaha wrote a review Mar 2021
Muskego, Wisconsin251 contributions83 helpful votes
Wonderful preserve to ride bikes, walk, kayak. Paths were paved or rubberized through the woods and along the channels. There is a large observation tower in which you can see over the entire park and Tampa Bay. There is a large rope climbing area for kids in the trees. Just excellent and well-maintained. Best park in the area. Skip the state parks, they are not at all this good. And this one is free!
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Date of experience: March 2021
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