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Egg Extravaganza!

On March 27, 2021, celebrate Egg Extravaganza!! with us by taking a winding walk along the Glass Lizard Trail from 10 am to 2 pm. The quarter-mile long trail will be transformed into an educational experience, prompting guests to match pictures of eggs to a list of animals. Enter the trail to the right of the Education Center. Bounce, walk or skip down the path, taking time to stop and answer the riddle on each interpretive sign along the way. The trail is ideal for younger ages, but adults may learn a thing or two as well! Children ages 5-8 may enjoy the Egg-citing Activity Boxes described below.
Egg-citing Activity Boxes will be jam-packed with supplies to craft your own animal eggs and nests! The family can work together to build a bird nest, assemble a bundle of snail eggs, and help a cluster of frog eggs find their way home. The Activity Boxes are not included with event entry; boxes are available for pre-purchase at $5 each at friends-of-savannas.square.site. (Recommended for children ages 5 and up; please visit the purchasing website for additional information).
The Glass Lizard Trail is unpaved and could possibly be muddy. We encourage closed toed shoes that can get wet! Please observe local social distancing guidelines, such as staying 6 ft. away from others. Avoid overcrowding the trail by leaving space between groups.
Park Admission Fee is required to walk the trail. You can purchase a one day pass online by visiting www.floridastateparks.org/parks-and-trails/savannas-preserve-state-park or you can purchase your pass at the park entrance with exact cash or via credit card using the posted QR Codes. The online purchased passes are only valid on the date purchased. Cost is $3/vehicle with up to 8 people or $2/person for anyone arriving to the park on foot or by bicycle.
The Savannas Preserve State Park Education Center is located at 2541 SE Walton Road in Port St. Lucie. For information about the Savannas and all of Florida’s award-winning state parks, visit FloridaStateParks.org. To learn more about the Friends of Savannas, go to FriendsofSavannas.org.