Savannas Preserve State Park
Encompassing more than 6,000 acres and stretching more than 10 miles from Ft. Pierce to Jensen Beach, Savannas Preserve State Park contains the largest, most ecologically intact stretch of freshwater marsh in southeast Florida. The park offers visitors a variety of ways to explore and learn about this natural area.
Numerous interpretive activities are available to school groups and park visitors, including guided walks, and kayak/canoe trips. There is also a small picnic pavilion and environmentally-friendly restroom. To reserve a tour, please call the Education Center at 772-398-2779.
The trailhead on Jensen Beach Boulevard is now connected with trails north of Walton Road via the White trail, allowing visitors to traverse from Jensen Beach to Fort Pierce! Call for trail conditions as trails may be submerged during parts of the year. Also located at the Jensen Beach entrance is a short Blue Spur Trail, a picnic pavilion, and restrooms.
Camping is not permitted at this park.
Jensen Beach Blvd and Savanna RdJensen Beach