The Theodore Roosevelt Area of the park offers a glimpse of five different Florida ecosystems. Nature trails wind through mounds of oyster shells left by the native Timuccuan Indians, and observation decks overlook salt marshes where visitors can see wood storks, great blue herons, and ospreys, as well as an array of seasonal wildlife. There are several recreational kayak routes as well as public docks and boat ramps in the preserve that provide a view of plants and animals that are not visible from land.
WE WILL MEET IN THE PARKING LOT OFF MT. PLEASANT RD- I HAVE NOT BEEN HERE BEFORE, SO I AM HOPING THERE IS ONLY ONE!