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Randell Research Center, Pineland

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Amazing historical background given by guides and through small interactive center. Relic of Indian canals across Pine Island. Time line of early Indian habitation. Beautiful walk around and in Calusa...  more »
  • We visited on New Years Day, knowing the Center would be closed, because there is still so much to see and learn here. The path around the historic sites is easy to follow and not strenuous, and the m...  more »
  • We were with a group and had a guide lead us through the area. Very informative and interesting. Our guide was very good and you could tell that he loved the area and his experience with the area. An ...  more »
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  • It is a beautiful place and a true testament to the ingenuity of people. However, this site is not (or not only) Calusa. It shares obvious construction techniques with a site in Georgia, and multiple sites in Mexico. Thus not only is this place a testament of ingenuity but also is a testament to the Diffusion of people of North and Central America.
  • A gem of a historical archeology site inhabited by the Calusa people thousands of years ago. Well marked trail with dozens of interpretive signs, benches, viewing platforms and amazing views from the tops of the shell middens. Makes you rethink what you were taught in school that "Columbus discovered America."
  • Nice nature trail and historical info about the Calusa natives, including background on tools, society and shell mounds, iof which there are multiple along the 0.7 miles of flora-rich and pond-strewn trails. About a dozen interpretive placards posted along the trails. Informative volunteer staff at the info center and gift shop. Suggested donations.