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Manatee Sanctuary Park boasts over 10 acres of riverfront beauty. Situated on the Banana River, this park has a little something for everyone! 4 Horseshoe Pits 1/2 Mile Paved Fitness Trail 10 Exercise Stations Covered Riverside Boardwalk Picnic...more
All reviews exercise stations banana river fitness trail covered picnic area board walk walking path nice walking white ibis nice fitness nice boardwalk wild animals short boardwalk small pond clean restrooms walk around merritt island picnic tables
Seeking river view, covered boardwalk, deck. paved paths for walking, warm up posts for exercise enthusiasts. Sculptures, playground, free library exchange box were nice features. Spotted a mangrove tree. Saw a great blue heron, anhinga, egrets and swans. dog friendly. Sunset would be beautiful. The...More
The park is nice and well kept. Good for a stroll and probably a great place for locals to bring kids and walk their dogs, however the likelihood you see a manatee is super low. The boardwalk is not directly on the water so even...More
I make an effort to stop at Manatee Sanctuary Park anytime I vacation in the Cape Canaveral/ Cocoa Beach area. It's usually very quiet and peaceful. It's a nice place to walk/exercise or sit at a picnic table for lunch. There is ample parking and...More
Love this park. Plenty of room to train/work your dog out. Either on pavement or grass. Nice little covered dock overlooking the river. If you bring a pole, can drop it in the water and fish if you bring a beach chair. The restrooms are...More
October is a good time to see them. Not necessarily at this park, they are everywhere in October. If you go to the Manatee Overlook at the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, I can almost guarantee you will see... More
October is a good time to see them. Not necessarily at this park, they are everywhere in October. If you go to the Manatee Overlook at the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, I can almost guarantee you will see several of them. Also at Bair boat launch area nearby.