Join us as we restore a step back in time as we walk this old road once used by cotton pickers and fishermen. Open prairies of succulent coastal plants dotted with shady buttonwoods surround you as you journey towards the shore of Florida Bay.
The hurricanes devastated this natural habitat and we can get together and make a difference. Spend a few hours with us as we clean up and restore a portion of the trail that is used to educate school children on a variety of environmental topics. This is a critical part of our Florida eco-system.
The trail begins at the rear of Loop "C" of the Flamingo Campground.
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- Breakfast and lunch will be provided
- Teenagers are welcomed, project not suitable to small children.
What To Wear :
Light weight long sleeve shirt, long pants, sturdy closed toe shoes, and hat
What To Bring :
refillable water bottle, working gloves, sunscreen, bug spray, and sunglasses
parking at the Flamingo campground
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