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Bill Sadowski Nature Center

Bill Sadowski Park's Nature Center is surrounded in three distinct habitats within 30 acres; pineland, tropical hardwood hammock and a drained Everglades slough.

The main building houses a live animal exhibit of native and non-native animals that can be found living in our wet lands and waterways.

The 822-gallon freshwater aquarium displays fish that have been caught from the shores of the canal adjacent to the park, where canoeing and fishing opportunities await.

A self-guided nature trail gives visitors insight to the various plant communities and animals. Discover solution holes and Karst limestone formations along the way.

Encompassed within the park grounds are also a native tree arboretum and a bird watching area.

At this Nature Center you can enjoy:

  • guided tours
  • nature study and outreach programs
  • nature trails
  • bird-watching
  • Boy Scout programs 
  • geological formations
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