Typical view [?]
NOTE: Animals used to people but no deer.
NOTE: Part is covered, good part half exposed
NOTE: Parts great, parts are about birds
NOTE: Lots of money put into it.
LOCATION: Accuracy: Read me
Part is a short beautiful lush forested trail. Mostly it's raised trails along wetlands and water with copious birding and alligators. Top notch education center. Very accessible and pleasing for say your older relatives and anyone else. A+ place.
MANY MANY water birds and interesting ones. Purple gallinules, warring limpkins, flocks of glossy ibis and whistling ducks, Mandarin duck. In forested areas it's also pretty dense - seen several first time warblers here. Tons of cardinals some days. It's also just a place you might run into anything.
Most alligators of anyplace I've ever been. 5 of 6 visits that was true. Often see a family of pigs that's not afraid of people. Almost bitten by pygmy rattler. Haven't seen deer but it's a nice place for wildlife in general.
Great education center. Very well marked trails. I'd just suggest you bring water in summer - it can get exposed if you go across the lake.
4399 Winter Lake Rd, Lakeland, FL 33803
No trick or secret to it - just look it up on your phone.
In general it's just south of Lakeland.
How did you get so well funded? And great work - really a beautiful place!
Not much of a time commitment to talk to the good parts but I'd expect you'd want to spend an hour there.
It's hard to wrap Circle B up into one description though we've been many times.
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