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Brooker Creek Preserve Environmental Education Center

3940 Keystone Road


Brooker Creek Preserve was established in 1992 by the Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners for the conservation, protection, and restoration of its native natural resources.  Represented by a confederation of partners inside its boundaries, the Preserve provides a wide spectrum of common management goals from wellhead security to the protection of an unusual array of flora and fauna native to west-central Florida.


Adam Jonas

Monday, July 9, 2018
This is a great little natural gem. The trails are well groomed and there is a lot of natural canopy cover over the trails. The trails we're a little wet on the day we went but that is to be expected in Florida during rainy season. The restrooms and classroom area looked amazing and we'll stocked and maintained. Definitely worth a trip out to enjoy some of Florida's natural splendor.

Lizz Kholikov

Thursday, May 17, 2018
We went to the story time at the educational center today. Very well done. The women reading the story and helping with the craft after were so kind and patient. Let the kids really interact which helped hold their attention. The building itself is very nice. A lot of neat things to look at and learn about. We saw some frogs, butterflies, and dragonflies while walking the short distance from the parking lot to building. Tons of cool plants as well. We will definitely return to explore more.

Brandon Call

Saturday, April 28, 2018
This is such a great place to take your family or spouse or girlfriend for an outing. Just left a great morning with my Cub Scout Troop and parents. Highly recommend coordinating a guided tour we had an awesome husband and wife Duo. The Nature Preserve or Science Center is extraordinary and they've got all kinds of really fantastic educational items skeletons insects pretty much anything that could be found on the property inside for the kids to see.

Catherine Negron

Saturday, May 5, 2018
This was a great find. Lots of armadillo rummaging near the boardwalk. The education center is air-conditioned and clean. Bathrooms are clean and we'll maintained. Rangers are friendly and helpful. Love the airwork spread throughout without disturbing nature. Definitely want to go back sometime to do the full trail

wade wood

Sunday, July 8, 2018
Nice park with plenty of hiking. Some elevated trails. Can see some flooding during the wet season. Nice nature center and terrific staff.

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