Visitors can take advantage of opportunities to hike, fish, paddle and observe wildlife in the park’s many natural communities, including mangrove forests, marshes, scrub habitats and pine flatwoods. Most of the park is shallow water fringed by mangroves, providing amazing opportunities to view wading birds, manatees, dolphins and other wildlife.
The park is best accessed by kayak or canoe. Portions of two paddle trail systems wind through the park. Hikers and birdwatchers can access Charlotte Harbor’s upland areas at pedestrian walk-throughs available in each section of the park and explore the wildlife found along three marked trails.
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Charlotte Harbor Preserve State Park is a 46,000-acre Florida State Park, composed of islands and land that surrounds Charlotte Harbor.