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    Creepy that the power plant changes the environment enough to encourage the manatees to stick around. But if you are interested in hanging out with busloads of old ppl watching a bunch of manatees in the warm water, Then this place is for you. It was about 10°c today and we saw dozens if not hundreds of manatees. I also found watching swarms of old ppl trying to figure out how the electrical charging station for electric cars worked, to be particularly interesting.

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    I love this place! Very clean. Very beautiful pathways to view the sea life. Every time I go I see something different, something amazing. Once I saw sting rays flying out of the water for about an hour. Then a week later I went back and saw a large school of Cobia swimming in a circle at the top of the water. There are so many different types of fish. Tarpon, Sheep head, Snook, Mullet, and many other I don’t know the names of. And of course the Manatees with their adorable babies. It also offers clean restrooms, an interactive learning center for the kids and clean picnic tables. And it’s all free. If you like nature this is a real treat.

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    Was able to visit a couple weeks before they closed for the season. I enjoyed the facilities and was able to see several manatee. Great place to check out, plus it was free!

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    Great place to take the kids. It’s open only during fall and winter when the manatees gather around here in a bid to stay warm during the colder months. It’s free and lots of fun. Great photo ops abound.

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    We stopped here on the way to visit a friend, after seeing a little sign on the highway off ramp. It was GREAT! FREE, educational, beautiful series of ramps with overlooks to view the manatees and educational signage, as well as a GREAT little environmental science center inside! The staff were super friendly and helpful, the exhibits were awesome (really loved the manatee skeleton inside that kids could touch and re-assemble, etc)! This would be a great stop for any manatee lover, as well as families with kids!