Ten Mile Creek Reservoir and Stormwater Treatment Area are under construction and not open to the public. Two areas related to Ten Mile Creek Preserve are the Gordy Road Recreation Area and the Ten Mile Creek Preserve. Both areas are managed by St. Lucie County (website links below). This description is some of the activity areas that may be developed at the Gordy Road Recreation Area.

If you're looking for something different to do, come to the Ten Mile Creek Recreation Area. Frisbee golf is slated to be among the recreational opportunities at the county-managed park. More traditional amenities include picnic pavilions, nature trails and hiking trails. A deep, reclaimed borrow pit with an observation deck will make a good place to fish and canoe. The park is adjacent to a major water preserve area designed to store water inland to reduce the impact of flood control on the coastal estuary. A trailhead for the water preserve will be located at the park. Five miles of trails will be available at the preserve for hiking and nature study.

For More Information:
Call St. Lucie County parks (Environmental Resources) at (772) 462-2525 or visit their web site at www.stlucieco.gov/erd.


Directions

  • Ten Mile Creek Gordy Road Recreation Area is located near Ft. Pierce: From Exit 65 on I-95, go west on Okeechobee Road approximately one mile. Gordy Road will be the first left past Kings Highway. The parking lot will be on your left about one mile down Gordy Road.

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