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All of Lee County's Conservation 20/20 preserves are open to the public. Recreation opportunities for hiking, bird watching, nature photography and nature study exist at all preserves. Several preserves offer advanced recreation opportunities including fishing, kayaking/canoeing and horseback riding (click here for more information).
Information about Lee County-owned preserves not acquired through the Conservation 20/20 Program can be found here.
Share your thoughts on proposed preserve land stewardship plans at the Lee County Town Hall online public forum.
The following links provide access to more detailed information about each preserve. The number associated with the preserve name is the former "nomination" or file number while the preserve was in the review/negotiation process. These numbers also appear on the status maps. If there is more than one number listed, the preserve is made up of several parcels.