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Carney Island Recreation & Conservation Area
Reviewed 13 April 2013

sometimes when you look at a map, you cant tell if a park is worth visiting or not. but this one had some caches hidden on the trail and was close by. so figured I would spend the 5 dollars to get in and see. its much bigger than it looks on the map. has a nice restoration area where they are regrowing trees natural to Florida, and a nice walking trail that goes under moss coverd oaks and is inhabited by lots of wild turkeys and other animals. there are two sepreate small swimming beaches and also two boat ramps one for motorized boats and another for putting off paddle type boats. ample room for picnics and pavilvions you can reserve for groups. well cared for park, enjoyed my visit so much I decided to get the year pass. there was a concession stand but it was not open either time I came, think it is only open weekends. there are restrooms

Date of experience: April 2013
4  Thank Beth H
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