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Parks und Natur in Charlotte County

Erstklassige Parks

Park
“Great local beach, just around 10 min from englewood, venice and other local towns . Large beach, with bathrooms, showers. Local bar and grills located right next at the beach.”
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Beach
“Stump Pass Beach is located at the south end of Manasota Key, beginning where Gulf Boulevard ends and stretching about two miles. A new 40 space parking lot is open, as is a building with rest rooms and a weather shelter. Enjoy the great beach, shelling and fishing.”
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Park
“Port Charlotte Beach Park - Beach is small but there are lots to do. Swimming Pool, Pier, Tennis, Pickle Ball, Boccie. There's a boat ramp too. Seniors meet early most days to play Pickleball and Boccie. 4500 Harbor Blvd, Port Charlotte, FL 33952 ”
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Park
“Walking Paths, fishing from the seawall, swim on the beach...collect seashells...fun afternoon for the family!”
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Park
“Wonderful park for families! Large enclosed playground with lots to do. Has clean bathrooms inside the play area and water! Right on the water as well for a nice breeze and beautiful view.”
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Park
“Nice walking trails close by great place to see birds and turtles And it’s a nice walk from Oz”
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Park
“Take a walk through this local rescue center where you can spend some time with local wildlife. Free attraction!”
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Outdoors & Recreation
“This a wildlife rescue/rehabilitation center that houses abandoned wild animals and offers self-guiding tours. A highly rated destination, this facility is good for kids, and is wheelchair accessible. Pack a lunch, spend the day, with beverages available for purchase. The mission is to provide a healthy recovery and living environment for abandoned and abused exotic wildlife.”
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Spielplätze

Park
“Walking Paths, fishing from the seawall, swim on the beach...collect seashells...fun afternoon for the family!”
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Park
“Take a walk through this local rescue center where you can spend some time with local wildlife. Free attraction!”
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Strände

Beach
“Stump Pass Beach is located at the south end of Manasota Key, beginning where Gulf Boulevard ends and stretching about two miles. A new 40 space parking lot is open, as is a building with rest rooms and a weather shelter. Enjoy the great beach, shelling and fishing.”
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Beach
“Manasota Key Beach is the last beach on the road and its location is just prior to ramping up onto the North Manasota Key Bridge. This beach has parking and pavilions as well as a lifeguard stand. Acroos the road on the bayside is a boat launch to enter the bay waterways and go boating up to Venice or to Englewood.”
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Beach
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Beach
“Visitors come to this secluded beach to enjoy the year-round swimming and sunbathing: shelling is best during the winter months. A hiking trail -passes through five distinct natural communities that provide homes for many species of wildlife: covered picnic tables are located along the trail. Visitors can launch a kayak and paddle around the two islands just east of the park's land base. While at the park, visitors might see West Indian manatees, gopher tortoises, snowy egrets, least terns. and magnificent frigate birds. Ranger-led nature hikes are available in the winter.”
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Wanderwege

Beach
“Stump Pass Beach is located at the south end of Manasota Key, beginning where Gulf Boulevard ends and stretching about two miles. A new 40 space parking lot is open, as is a building with rest rooms and a weather shelter. Enjoy the great beach, shelling and fishing.”
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Park
“Great hiking trails for nature lovers. You won't want to miss out on the the visitors center, playground and butterfly garden.”
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Wanderweg
“Hiking trails at your leisure, guided hikes with one of our Naturalists, photography exhibits, a unique gift shop, movie programs with discussions, focused lectures by Florida Master Naturalists, scientists, and historians, public wading sea grass adventures in our estuaries, fishing clinics, nature camps for school children, and a native plant nursery.”
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Beach
“Visitors come to this secluded beach to enjoy the year-round swimming and sunbathing: shelling is best during the winter months. A hiking trail -passes through five distinct natural communities that provide homes for many species of wildlife: covered picnic tables are located along the trail. Visitors can launch a kayak and paddle around the two islands just east of the park's land base. While at the park, visitors might see West Indian manatees, gopher tortoises, snowy egrets, least terns. and magnificent frigate birds. Ranger-led nature hikes are available in the winter.”
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