Cedar Point (NPS)
Consisting of approximately 400 acres, Cedar Point is located at the south end of Black Hammock Island. The area was once the site of a Spanish Mission, an agricultural plantation, a pine plantation, and a fish camp.
Visitors have the opportunity to experience both upland hammocks and salt marsh habitats by land and water. Hiking and biking are allowed on the trails. Cedar Point is part of the 7 Creeks Recreation Area. It connects to the City's Cedar Point Preserve via a wooden bridge over Pumpkin Hill Creek, offering more miles to explore.
For more information on this park, including closures or changes rentals and fees, visit NPS.gov
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