Jungle Trail A Historical Short

Jungle Trail A Historical Short


This short film documents the history of Jungle Trail in Vero Beach. It is seen through the eyes of longtime residents, and those who have experienced its beauty for generations. It covers the history of the settlers who originally forged it. Then it goes to the more modern history of how the Pelican Island sanctuary became the first wildlife refuge in the US national park registry, as well as current and future plans for this historic road.


Nick Verola is a filmmaker and producer who was born and raised in Vero Beach, FL. He attended UCF and earned a degree in Marketing and Finance. In 2011 he became a full-time filmmaker working on weddings and corporate films/commercials. In 2015 he started working in TV production. He worked as a field producer and camera operator. He worked on nationally and international travel and outdoor shows. You may have seen them airing on networks such as NBC Sports, Wild Africa TV, WFN, Pursuit Channel, Destination America, and the Outdoor Channel. In 2016 he began working on documentary projects as well. He also produces videos and commercial campaigns for companies and organization locally and abroad, while concurrently continuing his work in the TV and documentary production fields.

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