Coastal Clean-Up Day

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Koreshan State Park

Koreshan State Historic Site, Keep Lee County Beautiful, College of Life Foundation, and the Friends of Koreshan State Historic Site would like to invite one and all to ensure the Estero River remains beautiful and remains a safe habitat for the native inhabitants who live and rely upon the river for survival. A river cleanup will be held on September 16th to celebrate The International Coastal Cleanup in collaboration with Keep Lee County Beautiful’s county wide coastal cleanup. To register for the Coastal Cleanup event on September 16th please contact the park's ranger station at (239) 992-0311. Register early to reserve your spot! Canoes can accommodate 2-3 people. Paddlers who own their own gear are encouraged to register and participate. Pre-registration for this event is required, spaces are limited.

Fees: 

Park admission and canoe rental fees waived for registered participants.

Event Time: 

Saturday, September 16, 2017 - 9:00am to 12:00pm EDT

Contact Info: 

Ranger Station (239) 992-0311

Additional Information: 

To register for the Coastal Cleanup event on September 16th please contact the park's ranger station at (239) 992-0311.

Do you want to help clean our coasts, but rather help from land than water? Please contact Keep Lee County Beautiful at (239) 334-3488 for a coastal cleanup near you on September 16th! Pre-registration for this event is required, spaces are limited.