Culverhouse Nature Park - Legacy Trail Trailhead

7301 McIntosh Road
Sarasota
FL 34238

Culverhouse Nature Park - Legacy Trail Trailhead

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This 82-acre park site is located in the community of Palmer Ranch. This park provides nature trails, a community garden, picnic areas, a portable restroom and parking. This site does not currently have water available.

LEGACY TRAIL
The Legacy Trail is the largest public recreation project ever constructed in Sarasota County. At more than 10 miles in length, the trail offers one of the best ways to experience what makes Sarasota County the jewel of Florida’s gulf coast.

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