We stopped at Collier Seminole State Park and took the Royal Palm Hammock Trail. The trail was OK, but didn't have many scenic views. There were interesting sights to see on the trail such as a fallen trees which showed how shallow their root systems were. Also in the park was the "Walking Dredge", which was used to construct the Tamiami Trail across the vast wilderness of the Everglades. There were signboards that explained how the "Walking Dredge" worked and displayed the ingenuity of the Florida pioneers. This attraction made our visit worthwhile.
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