Collier-Seminole State Park, a 4,760-acre wilderness preserve, offers a 0.9-mile interpretive boardwalk/nature trail, RV and tent camping, a 5½-mile mountain-bike trail, a 6½-mile hiking trail, canoe rentals, a 13½-mile aquatic trail, playground, picnic area, pontoon boat tours and historical displays, including a huge “walking” dredge, a National Historic Engineering Landmark.

Admission: $5 per car, put to eight people, $4 single occupant vehicle, $2 pedestrians, bicyclists, extra passengers, passengers in vehicle with holder of Annual Individual Entrance Pass.

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Baseball Fields Basketball Court Golf Course Soccer Fields Softball Tennis Courts
Volleyball Courts Skating Fishing Biking Dogs Amphitheater
Backcountry Camping Campsite Showers Hiking Running Trails Picnic Area
Pavilion Playground Food Vendors Restrooms Grills Alcohol Allowed
Boat Rentals Boat Ramps Docks Marina Lake River/Stream

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