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The City Of Orlando Celebrates The Opening Of New 2,200-Foot Boardwalk At Orlando Wetlands Park

Orlando City leaders have celebrated the completion of a new 2,200-foot boardwalk at Orlando Wetlands Park, with the new boardwalk unveiled Monday by Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, who was joined by District 3 Commissioner: Robert F. Stuart, together with City staff and Friends of the Orlando Wetlands.


The elevated walkway will help make the park more accessible for visitors, with new opportunities to view and photograph the many birds and wildlife that call the 1,650-acre park home.


2,200-Foot Boardwalk At Orlando Wetlands Park

The Orlando Wetlands Park is located in Christmas, with the new boardwalk close to the park’s cypress dome, that serves as the home to native birds and will provide more opportunities for wildlife viewing and photography.


Official Opening Of 2,200-Foot Boardwalk At Orlando Wetlands Park


The Orlando Wetlands Park is a man-made wetland designed to provide advanced treatment for reclaimed water from the City of Orlando and other local cities.


The Park is 1650 acres in size and located in Christmas, Florida.


Visitors can visit the Park seven days a week, between sunrise and sunset, to enjoy primitive and passive activities.


These include photography, wildlife viewing, hiking, the use of non-motorized bicycles and horseback riding.


Vehicular traffic, boating, swimming, flying of drones, hunting and fishing are NOT allowed.


The park offers tours to individuals and groups, in addition to schools and university students.


Orlando Wetlands Park is open seven days a week from sunrise to sunset.


2,200-Foot Boardwalk At Orlando Wetlands Park

Parking is located at the entrance to the Park and is free of charge. Motorized vehicles are not permitted inside the Park.


Just north of the parking lot is the Visitor Pavilion with informational displays, map guides of the Park, and informative brochures. Stop there to sign-in and out of the park.


The Education Center is a visitor center with permanent and seasonal exhibits that include live animals and multimedia displays. The center is located just west of the parking lot and is open to the public from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays (all year) and Sundays (September - March).











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