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This was a beautiful little park which is well maintained. The walkway is paved and there are a lot of benches great for people who need frequent breaks. Unfortunately when we went the house was closed but still worth the trip. Nice picnic tables and...More
We saw the road sign with the national park symbol on a Saturday afternoon and followed the road out to the water. The Park has restrooms but they were locked. We ventured around the trail and discovered a large spot on the beach where they...More
The houses were not open to view when we were there, but would have been nice to see. The dock had a nice view and there was a dolphin feeding close by. The problem we had was the mosquitos. Bring plenty of mosquito spray! The...More
We found this by accident! It's a great quick stop off US 1. I would have never guessed that this tucked away site would have the history that it has. Call before you get there if you want to see the house and gift shop....More
This park is so very tranquil and relaxing. There is a 1/2 mile pathway through the park and along the way there are NPS signage that provides information about the site explaining its historic value. The two homes sitting atop the mound (the remnants of...More
Seminole Rest is about a half mile boardwalk around the property. It's peaceful and relaxing with nice views of the river and a glimpse of 'old Florida.' I was fascinated by one of the gnarled old trees on the property- looks like it's endured so...More