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Conservation Park

Covering over 2,900 acres, Conservation Park offers 24 miles of trails and more than a mile of boardwalks through beautiful Cypress domes. With a range of trails from 0.6 to 11 miles, there's something for everyone, and the park provides essential amenities like shelter, restrooms, and picnic areas. It's an ideal spot for hikers, cyclists, and nature enthusiasts to observe native wildlife. Don't forget your camera for birdwatching and wildlife sightings!


Hours: Open Daily Dawn to Dusk
Prices: Free

Activities or Attractions

  • Hiking Trails 

  • Biking 

  • Picnic Areas 

  • Wildlife Watching 

  • Are there places to rent bikes in Conservation Park?
    There are no rentals actually in the park, but Barley's Bikes (169, Griffin Boulevard) is close by on the only road to Conservation Park. The bikes are approximately $22.00 per day to rent.
  • Are pets allowed in Conservation Park?
    Dogs are permitted in the park but must be kept on leashes and controlled at all times. No more than 2 dogs per person are allowed. Please make sure to clean up after your pets.