We stayed on Pensacola Beach over Easter weekend and enjoyed a nice hike with family in Fort Pickens. We saw birds, turtles and snakes on our walk. Here are a few photos from that hike.
Going for a walk outdoor is great exercise and a good way to clear the mind. While visiting make sure to visit our complete hiking guide.
If you haven’t been to Fort Pickens on Pensacola Beach in a while, now is a great time to go. You can head out for the day or even camp. There is a paved walking path across from the campgrounds where you’ll see a show of osprey building nests as well as many other nesting birds.
Brackenridge Nature Trail is a 0.3-mile boardwalk loop trail located in the Naval Live Oaks Park, a part of the Gulf Islands National Seashore. The trail has signs along it describing how the woodland provides food, shelter and nesting for birds, reptiles, and mammals in the area.
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), Escambia County and the City of Pensacola worked together to make it more user-friendly and fun. The tour is comprised of 13 stops and guides residents and visitors to the area’s major environmental restoration projects and unique environmental habitats.
Go hiking on the Garcon Point Trail located in Milton, Florida.