Think you know the Oxbow like the back of your hand? Want to explore more?
St Lucie County has nearly 11,000 acres of preserved and natural lands, all managed and monitored by the Environmental Resources Department (ERD). Currently 26 preserves are open for public use. Enjoy bird watching, hiking, kayaking and paddle boarding in a variety of beautiful Florida habitats.Click here to learn more.
Greenways & Trails
Looking for an alternative way of travel? Need to get away from the city? Follow the link to learn about how St. Lucie County is working on 85 miles of non-motorized trails that connect people to natural areas, urban centers, community resources & each other.
St Lucie County has unique collection of waterways, including the Indian River Lagoon, one of the nation’s most diverse estuaries. ERD has been developing and improving preserves along the Ten Mile Creek and St Lucie River to help connect visitors to the incredible natural resources. Click the link to find how ERD has been working to connect these preserves.