Designed by Florida Hall of Fame inductee, journalist, and author, Stetson Kennedy, Beluthahatchee Park is a haven of peace that connects man with nature. Gargantuan oak trees help to add to the natural habitat that protects heron, egrets, eagles, ducks, grackles, and other species. Guests are encouraged to learn more about the different types of vegetation such as southern magnolia, laurels, and pignut hickory and can also explore scenic trails, and the Stetson Kennedy residence.
Educational presentations, exhibitions, and tours are available at the main house, giving visitors more insight into the history of Beluthahatchee Park, its mission, culture, and wildlife conservation efforts for the future. Additional information about Beluthahatchee Park can be found on the St. Johns County Government website.