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Northeast Everglades Natural Area
 

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The Northeast Everglades Natural Area (NENA) includes over 165,000 acres of natural Florida lands and more than a dozen activity and education centers connected by unique trail and information systems.

 PHOTO GALLERY    HISTORY    INTERACTIVE MAP  
Astronomy Night<br />DuPuis Management Area/WEA<br/>Map Legend 28 Snorkeling Class<br/>John D. MacArthur Beach State Park<br/>Map Legend 24<br/> Pine Glades Natural Area<br/>Map Legend 18 Hungryland Slough<br/>Map Legend 6 Ocean to Lake Greenway Celebration<br/>Jonathan  Dickinson State Park<br/>Photo Courtesy of Northeast Everglades Trail Association<br/>Map Legend 25 Ocean to Lake Greenway Celebration<br/>Jonathan  Dickinson State Park<br/>Photo Courtesy of Northeast Everglades Trail Association<br/>Map Legend 25 Annual Ocean to Lake Greenway Event<br/>Photo Courtesy of Northeast Everglades Trails Association<br/>Jonathan Dickenson State Park Environmental Area<br/>Map Legend 25 Historic Jupiter-Indiantown Trail<br/>Cypress Creek Natural Area<br/>Photo Courtesy of Philip Johnsey<br/>Map Legend 3 Royal Palm Beach Pines Natural Area<br/>Map Legend 20 Pew Family Natural Science Education Center<br/>John D. MacArthur Beach State Park<br/>Map Legend L Hawley Education Center<br/>Blowing Rocks Preserve<br/>Copyright Eric Blackmore<br/>Map Legend F DuPuis Visitor Center<br/>DuPuis Management Area/Wildlife and Environmental Area<br/>Map Legend B Acreage Pines Natural Area<br/>Map Legend 1 Guided Walk<br/>Elsa Kimbell Environmental Education Center<br/>Map Legend C Jupiter Ridge Natural Area<br/>Photo Credit: Paul Cummings, Florida Trail Association<br/>Map Legend 10 Historic Jupiter-Indiantown Trail<br/>Jones/Hungryland Wildlife and Environmental Area<br/>Map Legend 26 Solid Waste Authority<br/>Map Legend 21<br/> Blowing Rocks Preserve<br/>Copyright JMC Photography<br/>Map Legend 32 Sandhill Crane Access Park<br/>Map Legend 34 Riverbend Park<br/>Photo Courtesy of PBC Parks and Recreation<br/>Map Legend M Cypress Creek Natural Area<br/>Photo Courtesy of 45 plus - Walks & Hikes in SFL<br/>Map Legend 3 Jonathan Dickinson State Park<br/>Photo Courtesy of 45 plus - Walks & Hikes in SFL<br/>Map Legend 25 Lake Okeechobee Scenic Trail<br/>Map Legend 31 JW Corbett Wildlife Management Area<br/>Photo Credit: Paul Cummings, Florida Trail Association<br/>Map Legend 27 Ocean to Lake Hiking Trail<br/>Loxahatchee Slough Natural Area<br/>Photo Credit: Paul Cummings, Florida Trail Association<br/>Map Legend 14 Palm Beach Maritime Museum<br/>Photo Credit: James Stafford<br/>Map Legend K Guided Tour <br/>Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum<br/>Map Legend H Guided Swamp Tromp<br/>Grassy Waters Preserve<br/>Map Legend 33 Guided Canoe Tour<br/>Grassy Waters Nature Center<br/>Map Legend E Busch Wildlife Sanctuary<br/>Map Legend A Junior Veterinary Learning Lab Program<br/>Loggerhead Marinelife Center<br/>Map Legend I Loxahatchee River/Cypress Creek Management Area<br/>Map Legend 29 John D. MacArthur Beach State Park<br/>Map Legend 24 John D. MacArthur Beach State Park<br/>Map Legend 24 Pond Cypress Natural Area<br/>Map Legend 19 Lake Park Scrub Natural Area<br/>Map Legend 11 Historic Jupiter-Indiantown Trail<br/>Cypress Creek Natural Area<br/>Map Legend 3 Winding Waters Natural Area<br/>Photo Credit Jerry Kolata<br/>Map Legend 23 Sweetbay Natural Area<br/>Map Legend 22 Juno Dunes Natural Area<br/>Map Legend 8 Bluegill Trail<br/>Loxahatchee Slough Natural Area<br/>Map Legend 14 Jupiter Inlet Natural Area<br/>Map Legend 9 Limestone Creek Natural Area<br/>Map Legend 12 Peanut Island Park<br/>Map Legend 17 ERM Clean-up Event<br/>Delaware Scrub Natural Area<br/>Map Legend 4 Jonathan Dickenson State Park<br/>Map Legend 25 DuPuis Management Area/Wildlife and Environmental Area<br/>Map Legend 28 Frenchmanís Forest Natural Area<br/>Map Legend 5
  • Astronomy Night <br/>DuPuis Management Area/WEA<br/>Map Legend 28
  • Snorkeling Class<br/>John D. MacArthur Beach State Park<br/>Map Legend 24<br/>
  • Pine Glades Natural Area<br/>Photo Credit:  Benjamin Studt <br/>Map Legend 18
  • Hungryland Slough<br/>Map Legend 6
  • Ocean to Lake Greenway Celebration<br/>Jonathan  Dickinson State Park<br/>Photo Courtesy of Northeast Everglades Trail Association<br/>Map Legend 25
  • Ocean to Lake Greenway Celebration<br/>Jonathan  Dickinson State Park<br/>Photo Courtesy of Northeast Everglades Trail Association<br/>Map Legend 25
  • Annual Ocean to Lake Greenway Event<br/>Photo Courtesy of Northeast Everglades Trails Association<br/>Jonathan Dickenson State Park Environmental Area<br/>Map Legend 25
  • Historic Jupiter-Indiantown Trail<br/>Cypress Creek Natural Area<br/>Photo Courtesy of Philip Johnsey<br/>Map Legend 3
  • Royal Palm Beach Pines Natural Area<br/>Map Legend 20
  • Pew Family Natural Science Education Center<br/>John D. MacArthur Beach State Park<br/>Map Legend L
  • Hawley Education Center<br/>Blowing Rocks Preserve<br/>Copyright Eric Blackmore<br/>Map Legend F
  • DuPuis Visitor Center<br/>DuPuis Management Area/Wildlife and Environmental Area<br/>Map Legend B
  • Acreage Pines Natural Area<br/>Map Legend 1
  • Guided Walk<br/>Elsa Kimbell Environmental Education Center<br/>Map Legend C
  • Jupiter Ridge Natural Area<br/>Photo Credit: Paul Cummings, Florida Trail Association<br/>Map Legend 10
  • Historic Jupiter-Indiantown Trail<br/>Jones/Hungryland Wildlife and Environmental Area<br/>Map Legend 26
  • Solid Waste Authority<br/>Map Legend 21<br/>
  • Blowing Rocks Preserve<br/>Copyright JMC Photography<br/>Map Legend 32
  • Sandhill Crane Access Park<br/>Map Legend 34
  • Riverbend Park<br/>Photo Courtesy of PBC Parks and Recreation<br/>Map Legend M
  • Cypress Creek Natural Area<br/>Photo Courtesy of 45 plus - Walks & Hikes in SFL<br/>Map Legend 3
  • Jonathon Dickinson State Park<br/>Photo Courtesy of 45 plus - Walks & Hikes in SFL<br/>Map Legend 25
  • Lake Okeechobee Scenic Trail<br/>Map Legend 31
  • JW Corbett Wildlife Management Area<br/>Photo Credit: Paul Cummings, Florida Trail Association<br/>Map Legend 27
  • Ocean to Lake Hiking Trail<br/>Loxahatchee Slough Natural Area<br/>Photo Credit: Paul Cummings, Florida Trail Association<br/>Map Legend 14
  • Palm Beach Maritime Museum<br/>Photo Credit: James Stafford<br/>Map Legend K
  • Guided Tour <br/>Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum<br/>Map Legend H
  • Guided Swamp Tromp<br/>Grassy Waters Preserve<br/>Map Legend 33
  • Guided Canoe Tour<br/>Grassy Waters Nature Center<br/>Map Legend E
  • Busch Wildlife Sanctuary<br/>Map Legend A
  • Junior Veterinary Learning Lab Program<br/>Loggerhead Marinelife Center<br/>Map Legend I
  • Loxahatchee River/Cypress Creek Management Area<br/>Map Legend 29
  • John D. MacArthur Beach State Park<br/>Map Legend 24
  • John D. MacArthur Beach State Park<br/>Map Legend 24
  • Pond Cypress Natural Area<br/>Map Legend 19
  • Lake Park Scrub Natural Area<br/>Map Legend 11
  • Historic Jupiter-Indiantown Trail<br/>Cypress Creek Natural Area<br/>Map Legend 3
  • Winding Waters Natural Area<br/>Photo Credit Jerry Kolata<br/>Map Legend 23
  • Sweetbay Natural Area<br/>Map Legend 22
  • Juno Dunes Natural Area<br/>Map Legend 8
  • Bluegill Trail<br/>Loxahatchee Slough Natural Area<br/>Map Legend 14
  • Jupiter Inlet Natural Area<br/>Map Legend 9
  • Limestone Creek Natural Area<br/>Map Legend 12
  • Peanut Island Park<br/>Map Legend 17
  • ERM Clean-up Event<br/>Delaware Scrub Natural Area<br/>Map Legend 4
  • Jonathan Dickenson State Park<br/>Map Legend 25
  • DuPuis Management Area/Wildlife and Environmental Area<br/>Map Legend 28
  • Frenchmanís Forest Natural Area<br/>Map Legend 5

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Current Highlights

 
  • Read the Spring 2015 edition of Environmental Times [PDF]
  • Operation Clean Sweep is a mobile pesticide collection program offering free pick up of the first 500 lbs for farms, nurseries, pest control companies, and golf courses. Visit the Florida Department of Environmental Protection's website for more information. [LINK]
  • Stay up to date on our projects with the Department's Monthly Status Reports. [LINK]