Naval Live Oaks Nature Preserve

  • Address: Andrew Jackson Trail, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-8509342600
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Trail, Park, Family And Kids, Point Of Interest, Nature

To enjoy a long walk amidst the peaceful nature you must consider spending a sunny day in Naval Live Oaks Nature Preserve which houses plenty of oak trees and a wide variety of wildlife animals and birds. 7.5 miles hiking trails are included in this park and you would be able to witness the coastal habitats while walking through these rustic trails. There is also a visitor’s centre within the park area and from here you will get detail information about the park. If you are a bird lover then Naval Live Oaks Nature Preserve will be a retreat for you as here you would be astonished by the abundance of pelicans, egrets, herons, osprey and other beautiful birds.

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  • Naval Live Oaks Nature Preserve Address: Andrew Jackson Trail, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561, USA, United States
  • Naval Live Oaks Nature Preserve Contact Number: +1-8509342600
  • Naval Live Oaks Nature Preserve Price: Free
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  • 69.23% of people who visit Gulf Breeze include Naval Live Oaks Nature Preserve in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Naval Live Oaks Nature Preserve visit around 2 PM - 3 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Naval Live Oaks Nature Preserve

Monday, Tuesday and Friday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Naval Live Oaks Nature Preserve

People normally club together Breeze Cinemas and Gay Beach while planning their visit to Naval Live Oaks Nature Preserve.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • South of road, you have a visitors center, restrooms, and a paved/boardwalk trail. But, fairly limited on the south side if looking to hike a bit. Just a bit west of the Visitors Center and on the north side of the road is the easiest access point for the many trails on the north side of the property. Mostly sandy wide trails. Solid birding and several trails bring you out to the water. Great property!

  • Kids and I loved this place. Saw our first persimmons tree in the parking lot. Walked several trails including climbing the tall bluffs area. Many rosemary plants along trail. Great learning adventure.

  • Fascinating historical site concerning the birth of our country's navy. A small exhibit explains the site. The park is dated in it's amenities, but still of great educational value.

  • The gates are all closed. So you have to park on 98 and that's not very nice since it's a main road. Trails are nice. Not much to see. There are bathrooms at the picnic area which is a plus.

  • Great place to have a picnic! Walking trails, scenic view, pavilions with grills. Restrooms are clean.

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