Bluefield Ranch Preserve will be closed starting Tuesday, Feb. 26 for a prescribe burn. Crews expect to reopen the preserve on Monday, March 4.
|Location||30501 Bluefield Road
Port St. Lucie, Florida 34987
An active cattle ranch for many years, the 3,285-acre site preserves the largest stand of scrub in St. Lucie County. Located off State Road 70 at Bluefield Road, there are more than 20 miles of hiking, mountain bike and horse trails, an elevated wildlife observation deck, wildlife blind, primitive hike-in camping and primitive horseback camping.
Trails: 20 miles of hiking, mountain bike and horse trails.
In the late 1930's the Iglehart's purchased 36 square miles from the Hazellief's. They used the ranch primarily as a hunting retreat for the family and their friends, and was a well known quail hunting area.