Betz-Tiger Point Preserve
With over 500 acres of pine flatwoods and maritime hammock, Betz-Tiger Point Preserve is surrounded by awe-inspiring broad expanses of saltwater marsh. Stunning scenic views as well as abundant wildlife can be seen in this natural setting. With its adjoining neighbor, Pumpkin Hill Creek Preserve State Park, visitors can enjoy miles of nature trails for hiking, biking and equestrian use, kayak/canoe areas, and ample fishing.
Use the canoe launch a few hundred feet south of the Preserve to launch your canoe and explore the salt marshes. Explore the north end of the preserve with the Edwards Creek canoe and kayak launch.
Betz-Tiger Point Preserve is part of the 7 Creeks Recreation Area.
For more information on this park, including possible closures or changes to rentals and fees, visit JaxParks.com.
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