Last remaining stands of basin swamp and pine flatwoods. 2,090-foot elevated boardwalk with two covered overlooks, concrete trail, restrooms, interpretive signage, seating areas, an amphitheater, and parking. Wildlife observation is encouraged, although bicycles, inline skates, skateboards, and motorized vehicles are prohibited on the trails. As with all natural area sites, pets are not allowed.
Bird Walks (September through June)- These naturalist-led bird walks occur on the first Sunday of the month, September through June. Walks begin at 8 a.m. in the Tall Cypress parking lot. The first portion of the walk consists of an approximately half of a mile walk on the boardwalk of the nature center, and the second portion of the walk consists of a walk of approximately 1.5 miles
Nature at Night Hikes (October through May)These naturalist-led hikes awaken and explore your senses to reveal the site's distinctive night life. Offered on Saturday evenings.
Tall Cypress abounds with learning opportunities for students of all ages. From outdoor laboratory experiments to group-learning exercises, we can ensure students receive the information they need while having a fun experience.
Area: North West (Parkland/Coconut Creek/Coral Springs/Margate)
3700 Turtle Run Blvd, Coral Springs, Florida, 33067