Cedar Point Environmental Park

2300 Placida Road
Englewood
FL 34224

Cedar Point Environmental Park

Park/Recreation AreaPublic Forest/Natural AreaWaterfront/Riverside ParkWater FeatureWildlife HabitatNative Forests/PlantsWetlandsCoastal Habitat

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Cedar Point Environmental Park is across from Lemon Bay High School and borders Ainger Creek, Oyster Creek, and Lemon Bay. Cedar Point has three hiking trails, a butterfly garden, historical Cookie House, and an American Bald Eagle’s nest. The visitor’s center is open to the public and has free maps, literature, and a board of local environmental co-ops. Cedar Point makes a point to protect the wildlife and participates in the Great American Cleanup.
-Bryan Knight, student at SCF sustainability class.

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