Key Largo Hammock Botanical State Park

4.1120 Votes
  • Address: County Rd 905 & Mile Marker 106, Key Largo, FL 33037, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-3054511202
  • Tags: Park, Family And Kids

Dagny Johnson Key Largo hammock Botanical state park is located in Key Largo and contains one of the largest known tracts of tropical hardwood hammock in the United States of America. The hardwood is of west Indian tropical hardwood. The park provides shelter for nearly 84 species of Plants and animals. Wild cotton, mahogany mistletoe are few of the plants that are protected in the park. The water facility in the park houses and protects the American Crocodile. Exciting trials are on offer at this park, exploring which one has chances of spotting few of these rare species. The extensive trails are also a great treat for bird watching and photography.

  • Key Largo Hammock Botanical State Park Address: County Rd 905 & Mile Marker 106, Key Largo, FL 33037, USA, United States
  • Key Largo Hammock Botanical State Park Contact Number: +1-3054511202
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  • 81.08% of people who visit Key Largo include Key Largo Hammock Botanical State Park in their plan

  • 31.43% of people start their Key Largo Hammock Botanical State Park visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Key Largo Hammock Botanical State Park

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

81.25% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Key Largo Hammock Botanical State Park

People normally club together Kiffneys Firearms And Indoor Range and Key Largo Baptist Church while planning their visit to Key Largo Hammock Botanical State Park.

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Key Largo Hammock Botanical State Park Reviews & Ratings

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  • Great place to hike or bicycle on trails. Needs MORE INTERPRETIVE SIGNS to name the trees & shrubs, and to explain the ecosystem. Also, a couple more trash cans would help control the litter...

  • The trail is a mix of natural earth and paved path. There are many informational plaques next to the identified tree itself. There is even a beautiful river running along some rocky cliffs, and if you really hike, there are marshy areas full of fiddler crabs. WARNING: Bring bug spray or be eaten alive.

  • VERY buggy, which is why the score is so low. With that said, this park costs $2 per person (you pay by putting your money into an envelope and stuffing it in a box, there is no one there collecting money); there is a restroom about 100 yards down the path that's open to the public; there are maps at the front stand (next to the pay box); trees on the first path are all labeled so you know what to look for on the trails; and there are two loops - one about a mile the second about two miles. Tips: bring bug spray & hang the parking pass from the pay box envelope in your car window.

  • It’s cool if you want to go on a walk in the Florida heat. Tons of butterflies and a lonely hermit crab on the walk way. It’s name is quite deceiving it’s more of a paved walking trail through the woods. A few markers to indicate tree species but not much more.

  • Nice trails, for walking or biking. Good interpretive signs. Only wish a printed map would have been available. We went to the small loop to the right and somehow missed the loop to continue to the other side. Loved hearing all the birds.

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