Gordy Road Preserve
|Location||3650 Gordy Road|
Fort Pierce, Florida 34945
A half-mile interpretive trail meanders through a 44-acre scrub forest of oak and pine, located south of State Road 70, off Gordy Road. Compost restrooms, picnic pavilion, fishing pier and an 18-hole disc golf course are located here. The nine-acre lake is designated "catch and release."
|Additional Information||Trails: A 1/2 mile interpretive trail meanders through a scrubby flatwoods community identifying the most common species.|
Habitat: Mostly scrubby flatwoods containing sand live oak, myrtle oak and chapmans oak with scattered Slash pine.
Commonly seen wildlife: Anhinga, turkey vulture, black vulture, alligator, bobcat and deer.
|Historical Interest||A 9-acre lake was created during the mining operation for the adjacent highway system.|
Note: Only electric motors are allowed on the lake. A designated Catch and Release area. For rules see kiosk.
To view the Gordy Road Disc Golf Course Map, click here.
To view the Gordy Road Disc Golf Score Card, click here.