3650 Gordy Road
Fort Pierce, Florida 34945
Contact Number 772-462-2526
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."
Piers / Docks
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.
A 9-acre lake was created during the mining operation for the adjacent highway system.