September 27, 2014
NATIONAL PUBLIC LANDS DAY CLEANUP (TAKING PLACE AT CRYSTAL RIVER ARCHAEOLOGICAL STATE PARK)
Crystal River Preserve State Park
Date: Saturday, September 27, 2014. 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon.
National Public Lands Day Cleanup
- Help clean up Crystal River Archaeological State Park -
Join us at Crystal River Archaeological State Park on September 27th, 2014 for the National Public Lands Day Project.
National Public Lands Day (NPLD) is the nation's largest one-day volunteer event that benefits America's public lands. This year, thousands of Americans will volunteer to improve and enhance our nation's parks and other public lands.
Volunteers will meet at Crystal River Archaeological State Park to help remove dead trees, trim trees and chip debris for mulch. Other projects might include replacing steps on the large temple mound or improving a garden area.
Bring water, gloves, sunscreen, bug spray and a snack if desired. Wear long pants, a hat and sturdy, closed toed shoes. Lunch will be provided as a thank you for supporting National Public Lands Day.
To learn more about National Public Lands Day at Crystal River Archaeological State Park, please visit National Public Lands Day.
Download the flyer: National Public Lands Day 2014 (PDF - 2.55KB)
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Fees: This event is free.
Contact: For more information, call 352-563-0450.
Crystal River Preserve is located west of U.S. 19 in Crystal River.
Take U.S. Hwy 19 3/4 mile north of the Crystal River Mall. Turn left onto State Park Drive. Follow State Park Drive until it dead ends at the Crystal River. This brings you to the Preserve Visitor Center and the trailheads of 7-mile Loop and Crystal Cove.
Eco-Walk is located at 5990 North Tallahassee Road. Take U.S. Hwy 19 north to just before Seven Rivers Hospital. Turn left onto Curtis Tool Road. The intersection of Curtis Tool and Tallahassee Road is the Eco-walk trail head.
Churchhouse Hammock is across from the Crystal River Mall.
Dixie Shores is located off Hwy 19 on CR 44/W Fort Island Trail. After about 2 1/2 miles, take a left at W Dixie Shores Drive. The trailhead is on your left.
Redfish Hole fishing area is located on CR 44/W Fort Island Trail, a few miles past Dixie Shores Trail. The trailhead for Redfish will be off the road on your left.