Ten Mile Creek Preserve
|Location||3401 Gordy Road|
Fort Pierce, Florida 34945
This eight-acre site provides canoe access to Ten Mile Creek, a tributary of the North Fork of the St. Lucie River. A short, self-guided interpretive trail guides visitors through the floodplain forest, floodplain swamp and oxbows.
|Additional Information||Trails: A short self-guiding interpretive trail guides visitors through the floodplain forest with excellent views into the historic oxbows.|
Habitat: Floodplain forest and floodplain swamp along Ten Mile Creek, a tributary of the North Fork of the St. Lucie River. Excellent examples of hammock hickory (carya aquatica).
Commonly seen wildlife: Alligator, black vulture, turkey vulture, herons, egrets and ibis.
Notes: A canoe trail is planned in the near future that will lead canoers/kayakers through the historic oxbows of Ten Mile Creek.
To view the Ten Mile Creek Preserve Brochure, click here.