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Robinson’s Preserve Activities

Robinson’s Preserve

Looking to escape to the great outdoors this vacation? We have the perfect place, a 600+ acre island preserve. Welcome to Robinson’s Preserve, a place that is fun for the whole family! It is home to a salt marsh and hundreds of different species of fish and marine life. You can find this beautiful preserve in west Bradenton located near the gulf beaches. The main entrance is located at 1704 99th St Bradenton 34209.


The preserve is equipped with trails, viewing tower, fishing piers and has many waterway trails that lead into the Manatee river, Perico Bayou, and Palma Sola Bay. All internal water trails at Robinson’s Preserve equal about 3 miles and a 5-mile round trip from the start launch to Palma Sola Bay and back. This preserve is home to many locals that enjoy the great outdoors and those that enjoy bringing their furry friends. Many activities can be done hear with the whole family including;

  • Bicycling
  • Jogging
  • Paddle boarding
  • Rollerblading
  • Fishing
  • Picnicking
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Group Camping
  • Kayaking
  • Canoeing
  • And more!

Expansion Plans

Currently Robinson’s Preserve is working on a new expansion that will add even more activities. It is not finished quite yet but will include mangrove islands, fish nurseries, new trails, 5k track and so much more. Check out the video below to see what is in store for the preserve expansion.

Time to explore!

Well, what are you waiting for? Get out of the house and enjoy the beautiful outdoors that Florida has to offer. If you’re a fitness lover, we promise you’ll find this place to be one of your new favorite spots. For more information on Robinson’s Preserve please visit their website here.