Nature & Parks
Clearwater is decorated with a multiple number of parks. The names of some are Moccasin Lake Nature Park, Cliff Stevens Park, Coachman Park, and Charles Park, Bayview Park. Yolu can discover more about these during your Clearwater travel.
The Moccasins Lake Nature Park is one of the largest parks in Clearwater. This park has 1-1/4 miles of natural and board walk trails. It is well known for its beauty. In this park there is a watershed restoration area of 3 acres. There is a wonderful lake which is of 5 acres. There are 3 natural gas grills, 51 acre natural preserve.
Moccasins Lake Nature Park
The facility to access to ADA is also available. An administrative office is built in the park. Children are encouraged to join the work and nature plans. Some of the important features of this park are fireside concert series, gift counters, educational displays, restroom facilities, meeting hall, multi use classroom, rental facilities, water fountains, and picnic shelters. Butterfly garden, native plants, reptiles and amphibians are displayed to the visitors.
This park is closed on all recognized holidays. The admission fees vary. City residents have to pay 1.85 dollars where as non residents have to 2.75 dollars. Children under the age of 3 are allowed to go inside free of charge.
Cliff Stevens Park is surrounded by Moccasin Lake Nature Park. This is perfect place for playing golf. The Coachman park is spread over 20 acres of landscape. This park is particularly known for its beauty. It is covered with oak trees. If you go inside the Bayview Park, you will find a great place for picnics and gatherings.
The park is covered with dense vegetation. Some other parks are Clearwater Beach Pier 60 Park, Coopers Bayou Park, Crest Lake Park, Del Oro Park, Del Oro Park, Forest Run Park, Wood Valley Park, Sid Lick ton field.
You must visit the parks of Clearwater. There are several travel deals to Clearwater also available that also offer visits to such parks.
Wish your the best time in your trip!