Monday, 22 February 2016

Ramona Maharaj from the City of Hamilton - Hugh Taylor Birch State Park

Ramona Maharaj from the City of Hamilton recently moved to the exciting city of Fort Lauderdale located in southeast Florida. Because there are so many things to do and see in the area, it can be overwhelming for visitors or new residents to experience everything the city has to offer. One of the most popular types of attractions are the beautiful beaches the area has to offer. But for those that like nature of a different kind, like Ramona Maharaj from the City of Hamilton, there are also breathtaking parks and nature reserves to see. Hugh Taylor Birch State Park is one such location.

Ramona Maharaj City of HamiltonHugh Taylor Birch State Park is an over 180-acre park that lies on a barrier island between the Inland Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean. It has fun water activities like salt water fishing, swimming, and surfing on its north shore. There is even more to see in other areas of the park like mangrove swamps, freshwater lagoons, and a hardwood coastal hammock. For those that want a more intense outdoor experience there is an exercise course, nature walk, and canoe rentals. And everyone is sure to enjoy the concession stand and picnic areas. You can even eat lunch while enjoying the many boasts as they pass by on the waterway. Although you can experience the park on your own, you can also request a ranger-guided tour of the beach hammock nature trail if you want to hear more about the area from an expert.

There is something for people of all ages at the Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, whether you are looking to have a fun and scenic lunch or get closer to nature. Ramona Maharaj from the City of Hamilton loves the wide variety of activities Fort Lauderdale has to offer.