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Wellington’s Peaceful Waters Sanctuary 

Wellington Florida’s Peaceful Waters Sanctuary is a 26 acre wetland park located in Village Park, also known as Pierson Park.  This sanctuary is home to many birds and other creatures such as snakes, raccoons and occasionally a few two foot alligators have been spotted.

Wellington Peaceful Waters Sanctuary

At the entrance of the Peaceful Waters Sanctuary there is a map that shows where the trail winds through the wetland. A wooden platform suspends over the water and goes through the entire wetland park, it even has signs listing some of the birds and what they look like.  There is also a grass walking trail that goes around the wetland and has benches.  This trail is right next to the water where all the exotic plants are and just like the signs describing the animals there are signs describing these different plants.

Wellington Peaceful Waters Sanctuary - Bird

Admission into Wellington’s Peaceful Water Sanctuary is free, so next time you are at Village Park walking or biking around you should stop by and walk around the wetland.

Peaceful Waters Sanctuary | 11700 Pierson Road Wellington, FL 33414 | 561.791.4000
*The opinions and views expressed in the “Walk Wellington” column by Chase Gibson do not reflect the opinions of the Hansen Real Estate Group Inc. or Michelle Gibson, who are not responsible for the accuracy of any of the information supplied.
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Wellington's Peaceful Waters Sanctuary
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Wellington Florida's Peaceful Waters Sanctuary is a 26 acre wetland park located in Village Park and is home to many birds, snakes and raccoon's.
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7 thoughts on “Walk Wellington: Checking Out Peaceful Waters Sanctuary”

  1. Love the name, Peaceful Waters Sanctuary. Not sure I would welcome meeting an alligator, but it looks like a lovely place to take a wlk.

  2. Wow, Chase! You really make me want to visit Peaceful Waters Sanctuary–but, as Jane said, steer clear of those alligators!

  3. Carla Muss-Jacobs

    It looks so serene and “peaceful.” The photos are wonderful and if I every visit Wellington Fl this is, indeed, a place I want to visit. The price is FREE! A wonderful deal and thank you for sharing your appreciation of Peaceful Waters Sanctuary with us.

  4. This sounds like a relax and enjoy nature. Birds really make the most of these habitats so I would probably spend a lot of time just watching. Alligators are fun to watch, just be careful with your dogs.

  5. Renee Burrows

    What a phenomenal community description for Peaceful Waters Sanctuary and I love the photos too! Hope you are having a great summer Chase!

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