We were there for less than 10 minutes. Granted the place is free, but it’s hardly worth the drive. Most of the signs are so faded you can’t read the names of the trees. The trees are in need of heavy pruning/cleanup. Looks like the city or whoever owns this has simply run out of funds to maintain this property. Do yourself a favor and drive 15 minutes up the road to Wakodahachee Wetlands. There you’ll see natural vegetation and wonderful wildlife
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