Fun facts about the Robinson Preserve:
This 487 acre preserve has undergone an incredible transformation from disturbed farmland to coastal and wetland habitats. To restore the land to its natural state, the Natural Resources Department has partnered with a number of state and local agencies. Funding for Robinson Preserve was provided by Florida Communities Trust Florida Forever Program as well as the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Sarasota Bay Estuary Program, Florida Communities Trust, Army Corps of Engineers, and Southwest Florida Water Management District.
Location: There are multiple entrances for your convience:
One aquatic entrance: 9800 Manatee Ave W, Bradenton Fl 34209 at the surferbus
The main entrance: 1704 99th st, Bradenton Fl 34209
Perico Island hike in entrance: 10600 block of Manatee Ave W. under the hump back bridge.
Phone: (941) 742-5923 Manatee County Natural Resources
Things to do at Robinson Preserve:
The Expansion to Robinson Preserve has been a great addition to the park!! The kayak trails as of now still do not connect to the older sections of the preserve but will in the future.
**For rental of kayak and paddle boards www.surferbus.com (941-527-6355)will provide you with the best trip in town! Please use promo code: save10 to get a discount off all rentals.
New the rental program are Pedal Kayaks. This a great way to see the park and surrounding area effortlessly and hands free! check out www.organicjetski.com or more details
If your group exceeds ten please call (941) 742-5923
to make the park personnel aware of your timing in advance
**There are hard copies of the park rules on the back of maps that are dispensed throughout the park in which all visitors are to abide by while on park property.
There are public restrooms and water fountains available.
Dogs on leashes are welcomedType your paragraph here.