St. Lucie County’ Environmental Resources Department (ERD) is proud to offer educational hike programs on its publicly owned lands. These programs are FREE, unless otherwise specified and open to the public. Hike programs are usually limited to 20 people to allow participants to immerse themselves into the County’s beautiful wild areas, and reservations are required. Hikes target ages 12 and older, unless otherwise noted. All minors must be accompanied by an adult. We hope you’ll join us!
New this year, ERD is excited to offer four summer paddles that will immerse participants in the beauty of the North Fork of the St. Lucie River, the peacefulness of Ten Mile Creek, and along the biological rich waters of the Indian River Lagoon. Kayaks, U.S. Coastguard approved flotation devices, and paddles are provided (unless you would like to bring your own equipment). Paddles programs are for ages 12 & up and all minors must be accompanied by an adult. The cost is $15 per person. No online registration, please call (772) 462-2536 to reserve your space. RSVP is a must!
Due to the current circumstances and based on the CDC’s recommendations, St. Lucie County Environmental Resources Department (ERD) will be suspending all guided hike and paddle programs until further notice. Please rest assured that we will continue operating the programs as soon as we are safely able to.
It is important to note that during these times of uncertainty, you can continue to turn to our natural spaces here in St. Lucie County for solace and reprieve. Our nature preserves are a jewel for our community here in St. Lucie County and will remain open from dawn until dusk every day. www.stluciepreserves.com
Don’t Tread on Me Hike
- Date: 02/10/2020 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
- Location: Donald B. Moore Heritage Preserve
305 Torpey Road
ort Pierce, Florida 34946
Having the right “tools” can help you to interact with conservation green spaces responsibly. Unknowingly, the combined activities of outdoor recreationists can negatively impact protected lands if proper etiquette is not observed. Learn about the principals of Leave No Trace, something that all nature enthusiasts should know and pass on to our future land stewards.