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James E Grey Preserve, New Port Richey

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  • James Grey is a hidden gem. Usually pretty quiet there. Gorgeous walk through nature, by the river. Also a small launch for canoes and kayaks.  more »
  • Great morning to take a stroll on the boardwalk. Very peaceful and calming. We saw a manatee, ducks, turtles, and many squirrels. Nice park for younger kids and bathrooms were clean.  more »
  • A beautiful morning to stroll through this "new to us" experience. Difficult to decide where to start, we just park our car and begin to walk. The trail was filled with lush vegetation and geckos in p...  more »
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  • The parking is on a rocky road so it is more comfortable driving in a truck. There are outlooks and boardwalks. The trails are intuitive, so it's hard to get lost. Definitely able to observe wildlife if you visit early enough.
  • It's a nice and quiet place to go for a walk. And it's super close so the commute is easy. The trails are clearly marked and they have a beautiful gazebo I like to do yoga in.
  • My personal favorite park in the area. Small but very functional playground. Works well for our family. If you go during high tide you might even get to see a Manatee. We did once.
  • Great park with a playground for the kids, canoe ramp, wooden boardwalks and unpaved trails. You get plenty of water views and picture opportunities. The park is never very crowded which is nice and the grounds are kept up very well.
  • Very small but a great place. Bring your kayak.