Roger Dean Stadium

Treasure Coast

It may not be a 'nature' activity, but an afternoon here will get you outdoors. This small but immaculate stadium is home to spring-training action for the Miami Marlins, the St Louis Cardinals and various minor-league baseball teams. Ticket prices vary; call for details.

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