This 53-acre property is fully wheelchair-accessible and features paved trails winding between a series of wetlands. Historians have identified the site as one of the earliest Seminole settlements in the eastern Everglades. There are two trails with benches and picnic tables at this family-friendly natural area. Look for wintering waterfowl such as Blue-winged Teal and Ring-necked Duck. Over 20 species of wood-warbler have been recorded including Golden-winged, Prothonotary and Worm-eating. The full complement of South Florida wading birds can also be found, plus Purple Gallinule, Loggerhead Shrike and, Painted Buntings in the winter months.