Our mission is to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all. Our youth programs include: Archery, fencing, soccer, basketball, flag football, T-Ball, and swim lessons. Our outdoor elements include: a half mile walking trail, an outdoor basketball court, an air softcourse, a pool and a multipurpose field.
Hillsborough County Parks, Recreation and Conservation
Department offers boating, bicycling, campsites, canoeing, concerts,
cultural happenings, festivals, hiking, horseback riding, meeting
facilities, nature study, picnic shelters, swimming, nature programs, and
more. Leave life's daily pressures behind and reconnect with nature and
your family at a nearby County park.
To provide high quality recreation programs and facilities to all resident of and visitors to Winter Garden. Upcoming program development will include Interpretive Programs, Nature Center, Canoe/Kayak launch, Primitive Group Camping, Hiking Trails, Historical Exhibits and Picnic Pavilions.
The Deering Estate at Cutler's mission is to preserve and protect the natural, archaeological, architectural, and historic legacy of the Estate by using wise stewardship in the management and utilization of its sensitive resources, while educating and enhancing the public appreciation for the unique characteristics of the site through compatible uses.
Provides resource-based recreation while preserving, interpreting and restoring natural and cultural resources. Youth programs are taught via school field trips, summer camps, 4-H Partners, home school groups, family programming and public events. Core program topics include Flora & Fauna in the Park, Fire Ecology, Conservation and outdoor activities such as hiking, birding, orienteering, geo-coaching, kayaking and archery.
Provides diverse year round recreational opportunities through the preservation of open space, park settings, recreational facilities, and programs that meet the physical, mental, cultural and social needs of our residents, while enhancing the overall quality of life. The George Mullen Activity Center began their first nature program designed for elementary school children in 2014. They also provide half-day programs on Saturdays.
The FBC is a non-profit organization devoted to teaching and promoting
responsible Bowhunting. The FBC has a volunteer council dedicated to
ensuring Bowhunting opportunities are available for future generations.
Crandon Park lies on picturesque northern Key Biscayne, Florida; formerly one of the largest coconut plantations in the United States as well as former location of that Crandon Park Zoo. The Crandon Visitors and Biscayne Nature Center serves as a window into Bear Cut Preserve, 264 acres of preserved barrier island habitat. Within the preserve various ecosystems can be observed including: dunes, maritime hammock, mangrove forest, and sea grass beds. The Visitors Center's exhibit & aquarium room displays recreated native marine ecosystems, and interpretive exhibits.