WEST PALM BEACH, FLA (May 20, 2021) – The City of West Palm Beach’s Grassy Waters Preserve will resume outdoor adventure activities. The following activities will once again be available:
- Boardwalk tours – will be offered in small groups to allow for social distancing. Face coverings will be required for check-in, introduction, and instructional portions of all outdoor activities.
- Canoe/kayak tours – beginning in July, these tours will be led by a Grassy Waters Preserve Naturalist. Face coverings are required any time social distancing cannot be maintained.
- Live virtual dip netting programs – the newest addition to the preserve’s programming, participants can learn more about dip netting while tuning in as invertebrates are captured in real-time.
Opportunities to discover the preserve’s popular outdoor and virtual programs are available in the Grassy Waters Preserve Public Program Calendar. Call the nature center at (561) 804-4985 (TTY: 800 955-8771) to make your reservation. The Grassy Waters Preserve Nature Center remains closed to in-person visitors.
Grassy Waters Preserve is a 24 square mile wetlands ecosystem that serves as the freshwater supply source for the City of West Palm Beach, and the towns of Palm Beach and South Palm Beach. For more information about Grassy Water Preserve facilities available for public access, click here! To contact the site, call (561) 804-4985 (TTY: 800 955-8771).