More than a Nature Oasis – Discover John D. MacArthur State Park’s Hidden Treasures
POSTED ON December 26, 2018 - 5000 North Ocean
John D. MacArthur Beach State Park is many things for all kinds of individuals. To the flora and fauna that reside within it, it’s a home. To its guests, it’s a place to relax alongside nature’s beauty. For nature enthusiasts, it’s a learning environment. For all of us, it’s a natural oasis that was saved by one John D. MacArthur’s forethought. After recognizing its ecological value, MacArthur worked to protect the area from mankind’s influence. Because of his efforts, we have the park to enjoy for years to come.
When the park was first opened in 1989, one of its key purposes was to educate its guests about the delicate ecosystems that existed within its boundaries. Aside from biomes such as a limestone rock reef and the beach, the park serves as a home for many species, including those such as manatees and loggerhead sea turtles. As a result, the area is booming with life, and guests often get a glimpse of it every time they visit. Park staff work to educate and expose guests to the animals of the area through bird watching, nature hikes, snorkeling, or visits to the nature center’s Outdoor Sea Turtle Aquarium. One event that sparks interest is the Speakers Series, where an expert in a natural field comes to the park to discuss their research.
The park’s consistent maintenance ensures that it remains pristine year-round, allowing the natural beauty of the area to shine through. One feature to note is the beach’s perfect condition, complete with white sands and warm blue waters to swim in. Those hoping for some r&r can easily kick back and let their troubles wash away. Others looking for a taste of adventure can get it in the classes that the park hosts monthly. One of the upcoming classes, Intro to Snorkeling, can catch guests up on the easy, fun, and rewarding experience of underwater exploration. No matter how you use the park, you will enjoy the plethora of wildlife and beautiful scenery.
If you’re ever looking for something to do on Singer Island, and getting back to nature is in your DNA, you’ll always feel right at home at John D. MacArthur Sate Park. More than just a passive, protected state park, a myriad of activities is always being planned. From antique car shows, to nature walks and photography classes, you’re sure to find a way to enjoy your time here.
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