The Wellington Environmental Preserve at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Douglas Everglades Habitat (Section 24) is a 365-acre rainwater storage area with nature trails and learning centers. It was built through a partnership between South Florida Water Management District and Wellington. In compliance with the 1994 Everglades Forever Act, rainwater from Wellington must be cleansed of phosphorus before it enters the Florida Everglades. The southern half of Wellington (Basin B) has 9,230 acres of storm water runoff (rainwater) that is now routed west to Section 24. It leaves Section 24 via the C-1 canal heading north to the C-51 canal that runs along SR80 before fi nally entering the Everglades.
Enjoy the intimacy of your Segway tour with no more than 6 riders per tour. Enjoy nature at it finest. See the park for the first time or see it like you've never seen it before.
The Segway Personal Transporter has been described as the first self balancing human transporter. Segways produce zero emissions and are made right here in America. The motion of the Segway is controlled by pressure distribution on the platform on which the rider stands. The Segway PT can also turn 360 degrees in place - how cool is that?!!