There's a popular fishing and boating area at St. Petersburg and a boardwalk over the tangled roots of mangroves. This ... More
Weedon Island Preserve
There's a popular fishing and boating area at St. Petersburg and a boardwalk over the tangled roots of mangroves. This nature lover's recluse is the Weedon Island Preserve. Here, from the top of an observation tower, there's a great view of Tampa Bay and St. Petersburg's pretty skyline. While you're looking, you're likely to spot a heron or egret, and glimpse black crabs darting along mangrove branches. There's a fishing pier, picnic tables with charcoal grills, a canoe/kayak trail and historical markers pointing out an Indian mound and an early airport ruin.
Quiet and lovely, if you have a kayak or canoe. I stumbled on it 2 years ago while I was visiting I put in at gandy bridge ( just looking for a place to paddle) This week I found the park with a boat launch and the best sevice; fresh water wash station. The red tide put a damper on the trip this year, Dead fish !!!!yuck!!!!
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