Welcome to Terra Ceia Preserve State Park. Terra Ceia Preserve is a collection of properties that are co-owned by Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and the South West Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) and managed by the Florida Park Service. We have numerous trails that can be enjoyed by foot traffic all year long and bird watching and fishing is the main attraction...
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Terra Ceia Preserve State Park
Welcome to Terra Ceia Preserve State Park
This park's 2,000 acres encompass mangrove forests, freshwater and saltwater wetlands and uplands communities. Much of the preserve is in various stages of habitat restoration which is intended to return agricultural land to its natural and ecologically diverse condition. As restoration efforts continue, recreational facilities such as hiking trails, canoe/kayak launches, a boat ramp and interpretive kiosks are planned. Currently, kayaking is the primary activity within the preserve.