The City of North Port is constructing a replacement foot bridge across the Myakkahatchee Creek at the environmental park. This is one of the many enhancements to the City’s parks system to encourage outdoor recreation and play. When was the last time you went for a nature walk?
Get in touch with nature!
Situated under an Oak canopy, the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park is a publicly-owned natural resource conservation and outdoor recreation area that includes approximately 160 acres. The park provides an Old Florida nature experience with winding rustic paths, footbridges, wooded trails, overlook, pavilion, primitive camping site (by permit only) and restroom.The park is owned by the City of North Port and is operated by Sarasota County through an interlocal agreement adopted in 1993. Activities at the park include birding, hiking, horseback riding, and biking. The park is also home to the Myakkahatchee Creek Connector Bridge which connects the park to Sarasota County’s Carlton Reserve.
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