T Mabry Carlton Jr Memorial Reserve

1800 Mabry Carlton Pkwy
FL 34292

T Mabry Carlton Jr Memorial Reserve

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There are more than eighty miles of hiking trails on the Reserve. The twelve mile Myakka Island Wilderness Trail, connects the Carlton Reserve with Myakka River State Park.

These beautiful natural areas provide opportunities for hiking, bicycling, and wildlife viewing. Equestrian trails are also provided, a negative Coggins test is required for all horses that enter the reserve.

Most trail intersections have numbered trail markers. Some trails may flood after heavy rainfall and several trails that cross creeks and ditches may be wet year round.

Found on the reserve are non-native feral hogs that compete with native wildlife for food. Their rooting for plants and insects disturbs sensitive soil ecosystems.

Purchased in 1982, for the purposes of developing a wellfield to provide drinking water for the county. 24,565-acres are set aside for natural resource protection and nature-based recreation.


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