Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park

6968 Reisterstown Road
North Port
FL 34291

Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park

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Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park is a natural area park where visitors can enjoy an Old Florida nature experience. Winding rustic paths, footbridges, wooded trails, an Oak canopy and the Myakkahatchee Creek nearby. You can explore this undisturbed piece of natural Florida by foot, horseback or mountain bike.

This site has been recognized for its Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ practices. The Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ program recognizes the use of environmentally friendly garden gardening and landscaping practices. Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ minimizes the use of potable water for irrigation, avoids the runoff of excess fertilizers and pesticides from the landscape and provides habitats for wildlife. They can take any form, from more conventional and manicured to more natural. It’s how you maintain your yard that ultimately determines if it’s Florida-friendly. Landscapes are evaluated based on a checklist of Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ practices. For more information on Florida-Friendly Yard recognition, contact UF/IFAS Extension Sarasota County.

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