Also known as Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve, this is a local favorite of many, and you will add it to your "favorites list"after our hike.
Go to the More tab, then Files, and look for the Guana trails guide.
We'll walk a leisurely few miles (probably around 5 miles - not the whole trail). You'll have time to take pictures. Flat terrain.
Wear closed-toe shoes, bring bug spray, snacks and water, and your camera!
Please include an Emergency card in your pack in case you are knocked unconscious by a mosquito. Include someone I can call to come get you, any allergies you have, and any medications you are taking. We won't look at it unless we have to.
If enough interest, we'll go somewhere close for lunch afterwards.
Here's the website: http://www.dep.state.fl.us/coastal/sites/gtm/