Waccasassa Bay Preserve State Park

Waccasassa Bay Preserve State Park in Cedar Key, Levy County, United States | state park

Waccasassa Bay Preserve state park in Cedar Key, Florida, USA is accessible only by boat and well known for both the excellent saltwater and fresh water fishing. With extensive salt marshes and tidal creeks, here you will find saltwater fish, crabs and shellfish, and endangered and threatened species-including West Indian manatees, bald eagles, American alligators, and Florida black bears-live or feed within the preserve. Waccasassa Bay Preserve state park offers several primitive campsite available on a first come first serve basis, and pets are welcome, there's also excellent bird watching and wildlife viewing, plus it's great for canoeing, kayaking and boating, come for an exceptional and memorable visit.

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Gulf Hammock,
Cedar Key
Florida
United States
(352) 543-5567
Visit Site
state park
Boat Accessible
Fishing
Crabs
Shellfish
Manatees
Bald Eagles
American Alligators
Black Bears
Campsite
Canoeing
Kayaking
Wildlife

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