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Tarpon Springs - Brooker Creek Preserve Environmental Education Center

3940 Keystone Road
727-453-6800

History:

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.



Reviews

Brandon Call

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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

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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

Don Mandeville

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Wednesday, May 2, 2018
I bring my kids out to Brooker Creek Preserve regularly. They have great programming on the weekends, many times involving live animals. There are plenty of easy walking trails and a lot of wild life. If you have a bike the bike trail through the preserve on the other side of the road will also give you a chance to see a lot of Florida's wildlife.

Blossom Lothbrok

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Wednesday, May 2, 2018
Great park that sits back away from the main roads. Only outside noises you can hear are the planes & the silver dollar gun range. Saw some pretty awesome snakes up close. Beautiful cypress areas & green tunnels. Absolutely gorgeous & well maintained.

Breece Matarazzo

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Thursday, May 10, 2018
Love this place. Only downside is that there are no dogs allowed, but it's for such a good reason. The wildlife there is awesome and probably wouldn't be if there were puppers running around.

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