Grant-Valkaria in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Nature & Wildlife Areas. Discover best things to do in Grant-Valkaria with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Grant-Valkaria
4.5 based on 128 reviews
The 34-acre Sanctuary and education center offers visitors a place to explore the dynamic coastal environment. An observation deck, boardwalk and overlook offer magnificent views of the Atlantic Ocean. A 1-mile hiking trail winds visitors across the barrier island, from the ocean to the Indian River Lagoon. Inside visitors can explore aquariums and interactive exhibits, view eco-themed movies in the theater, or shop in the Mermaid's Purse gift shop. The Sanctuary is the environmental education center for the Archie Carr National Wildlife Refuge, one of the most important nesting beaches in the world for sea turtles. Guided sea turtle walks are offered during June and July and a variety of environmental education programs and activities are regularly offered for visitors of all ages. Admission is always free, open Tuesday-Sunday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Any location that has to do with sea turtles gets 5 stars. There is free admission with a donation if you would like. Small display area with interesting facts. Would have been nice if there was a volunteer there to greet you and answer questions. The observation deck is the best part. The views are spectacular. Would stop here again just for the view. Love the baby turtles !
4.5 based on 30 reviews
Walked in and was told I'd have to put my purse (an average, not huge type) in a locker. No one ever asked me to do that in my life. I felt accused of looking like a thief. Left quickly after I decided I didn't want to do business with them.
5 based on 62 reviews
You will experience the same untamed beauty of Florida's wild as our hunting clients do. Who better to tour Florida's wild, than with the best guides Florida can offer.Our private air boat tours can accommodate 6 people per tour and offer an unparalleled scenic experience on the beautiful St. John's river.
This one. Pick this one. What a great contrast with Disney for our out of town guests. Scott will customize your airboat trip around your interests and whatever nature presents. He knows a lot about the flora, fauna, history, water resource and he is just a really nice guy with the ease of an old friend. Bring sunglasses as they also protect your eyes from the wind. Scott supplies the ear muffs - you may want to bring ear plugs in addition. Wild Florida is closer to Melbourne than you may know.
4.5 based on 273 reviews
This is a nice place to go for a walk. The trails are in great shape. There are a few that are still being worked but most are open. Plenty of vegetation to look at but we were there in early afternoon and only saw one small bird. We thought that was kind of weird. So it wasn’t great for bird watching but it is a nice place to walk.
3.5 based on 16 reviews
We took the River Queen Jungle Cruise (3 hours),(which departs from Mulligans pier in Sebastian), up the Indian River Lagoon and St. Sebastian River this afternoon. My husband and I enjoyed the trip. The Captain shared his knowledge of the area, plants, and wildlife. We saw a few dolphins, alligators, blue heron, osprey and many other local birds. The Captain slowed the boat several times so that all on board could see them and get some photos. All in all a pleasant excursion.
4 based on 242 reviews
We spent 90 minutes at the museum providing background about the Treasure Coast and diving for Spanish wrecks circa late 17th and 18th centuries. The history materials and recovered artifacts such as cannon, weaponry, cookware, gold and silver brought the period to life.
5 based on 14 reviews
My two grandsons (ages 8 and 10) and I enjoyed a half-day offshore excursion with Capt. Jay. He and his mate, Shane, could not have been any more knowledgeable, friendly, and helpful. They were wonderful with the boys, who cannot stop talking about what a great day it was. And, of course, we caught some nice fish. This charter is definitely family friendly, and I would highly recommend it for anyone. The trip provided a pleasurable experience that I am sure the boys will long remember!
4 based on 18 reviews
In close proximity to the Indian River Lagoon and Brevard County’s southern boundary, this championship golf course is a haven for wildlife and golfers. A sense of solitude prevails throughout the wetlands, pine forests, and rolling terrain—as the only backyard you’re in belongs to sandhill cranes, gopher tortoises, scrub-jays and other wildlife. With imaginative topographical features, mounded fairways, water features and elevation changes, each hole uniquely tests the golfer. Although the Scottish 6th and the Carolina Style 13th hole are a challenge, the beauty of the natural hazards is an unforgettable experience for both beginner and pro.
Integrity golf has just purchased and will no doubt ruin another golf course. Will not play again unless dramatic changes are made. Walk into the clubhouse to sign up along with several others, to confusion. No starter, no ranger. We were a half hour early for our starting time and were sent directly to the first tee.
Foursome ahead of us on the tee and before we teed off there was a foursome waiting behind us. Waited and pushed on every shot, over five hours to play the course. Restaurant closed, snacks in the pro shop only.
3 based on 1 reviews
Lots of interesting things here, The place was a little cramped, both indoors and outdoors. But some interesting treasures from junk to outdoor sculptures. Prices were OK, but you could haggle. Plenty of parking.
4 based on 86 reviews
People take good care of their dogs so no issue there. Problem is the coquina rocks. Not fun when you encounter them
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