Egans Creek GreenwayHiking, biking, bird-watching - all this and more are part of Egans Creek Greenway's appeal. Established in 2000, the Park consists of 300 acres of protected land. The landscape includes fresh water swamps, salt marshes and forests with grass-covered trails passing through. Dogs on leash are welcome. What might you see while you're here? Alligators for one. Also river otters, bobcats and snakes. Birders might see birds of prey like osprey and even bald eagles. Other wildlife includes spoonbills and great blue herons.
Hours -The Park is open from sunrise to sundown.
- Wild Amelia Nature Festival
- Wild Nights Lecture Series
- Nature Photography Contest