Allapattah Flats Wildlife Management Area – Fox Brown Road & Hiking Trail

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC)
(561) 625-5122
 
Public access year round.
 
Fifteen miles west of Stuart on Florida's east coast, Allapattah Flats WMA anchors 20,945 acres of marshes and slash pine flatwoods. This northwestern Martin County site is part of a vast area of marshes and flatwoods that once extended from the upper St. Johns River basin to the headwaters of the St. Lucie River. Surface water from Allapattah Flats eventually flows into the Indian River Lagoon. The area provides public recreational opportunities while protecting habitat for rare animals, particularly sandhill cranes, wood storks and crested caracaras, and game animals such as white-tailed deer and wild turkey. Wading birds frequent the wetlands.
Allapattah Flats Wildlife Management Area
5H65+RQ
Indiantown
FL
34956
US
(561) 625-5122
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