Natural Resources

Conservation Charlotte

Peace River Preserve

The Peace River Preserve is approximately 450 acre of scrubby and mesic flatwoods, xeric and mesic hammocks, scattered depressional marshes and mangrove swamp. The western and northern portion of this site may be a good place to catch a glimpse of the Florida scrub jays, gopher tortoise and many other scrub dependent species. The southern area transitions into high marsh and mangrove communities along the western shores of the Peace River, where a abundant variety of wading birds can be seen foraging. 

Directions:

28000 Sandhill Boulevard - Punta Gorda, Florida
Take I-75 to Kings Hwy turn left, turn right onto Sandhill blvd. Proceed approximately 2 miles. 28000 Sandhill Boulevard

Amenities

  • Birding
  • Nature Preserve
  • Nature/Walking Trail

Location Map  |  Trail Map (17MB)  |  Fact Sheet

 


To learn more about the Conservation Charlotte program: call 941.613-3220 and ask for Natural Resources Division, or send us an email.

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For more information
Natural Resources
514 Grace St.
Punta Gorda, FL 33950
941.613.3220
email: Andy.Stevens@charlottefl.com

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Peace River Preserve Site Video

Deep Creek 1

Deep Creek 2

Deep Creek 3

Photos by Kristy Hanlon
Videos by Paul Schumaker