Paleo Hammock Preserve

Location 8551 Carlton Road
Port St. Lucie, Florida 34987
Contact Number 772-462-2526
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Park Information

This 120-acre site preserves a unique hammock with archaeological significance.  A one-mile self-guided interpretive trail leads through a very old forest of elms, oaks and palms.  An elevated observation deck overlooks a marsh.


Hiking Trails
Observation Areas
Historic Interests

Additional Information

Trails: (1) mile self-guiding interpretive trail leads you through the hammock.
Habitiat: A mix of several habitats including: Hammock with some very old Hickory, Florida Elm, Sugarberry, Live Oak, Laurel Oak, Depression Marsh and basin swamp.
Commonly seen wildlife: Deer, turkey, ibis, heron, barred owl, cardinal, mockingbird, catbird and flycatcher.

Historical Interest A known archaeological site.


Note: Site is connected to other adjacent Preserves to the east and west.

Warning: Removing artifacts or disturbing archaeological sites is prohibited by state statute and local ordinance.

To view the Paleo Hammock Preserve brochure, click here.

To view the Paleo Hammock Preserve site map, click here.