Wild Turkey Strand Preserve

Fort Myers 11901 Rod & Gun Club Road , Fort Myers , FL 33913

Contact:
(239) 707-3325

At 3,137 acres, Wild Turkey Strand Preserve is Conservation 20/20's second-largest conservation area, as well as one of three preserves that contain remnant elements of a WWII gunnery training school. Recreation opportunities include geocaching, hiking (boardwalks or marked trails), birding, nature study/photography, and picnicking. A section of the trail and all amenities are ADA-accessible.

Hiking/Nature Trails, Protected Species Habitat
General Information: Open Year-Round
Dates Closed: none
Hours: Open dawn  dusk year-round.
Rate Information: Free admission
Guest Information: Family Friendly

Photos: Erin White

Overview

Rate Information: Free admission

Suitable for Ages: All Ages

Time To Experience Activity: 1 - 2 Hours

Disabled Traveler Information: ADA Compliant

Activities: Birding, Hiking Trails Nearby, Natural Wildlife Viewing

Facility Amenities: Bus Parking, Covered Pavilion, Interpretive Displays, Parking, Picnic Area, Picnic Shelter

Category: Hiking/Nature Trails, Nature Preserve, Protected Species Habitat

Tour Information: Self-Guided Tours

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