FishHawk Creek Preserve South
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Location and Hours
The FishHawk Creek Preserve is an approximately 1,550 acre site located in Southeastern Hillsborough County. The Preserve is located along the riparian corridor of FishHawk Creek, a significant tributary of the Alafia River. As a result, the acquisition and protection of the Fish Hawk Creek Preserve has provided an essential link in assuring the long-term protection of a significant regional habitat corridor. The preserve is bisected by FishHawk Blvd., and is identified by a north section and a south section. The south portion of the Preserve has a basketball court, 2 pavilions, and a trail head for over 6 miles of hiking trails on the preserve. While you may see the preserves name sake, the osprey also known commonly as a Fish Hawk, there are many opportunities to view an array of wildlife on the preserve.
- The preserve is bisected by FishHawk Blvd., and is identified by a north section and a south section.
- The north portion is adjacent to Lithia Springs Conservation Park, includes two pavilions with picnic tables, and a trailhead for over 3 miles of hiking trails on the preserve. Parking is 3931 Lithia Springs Road
- The south portion has parking at 16640 Boyette Rd. and includes pavilions with picnic tables, a basketball court, and a trailhead. Part of this portion is closed for restoration.
- Basketball Court
- Bird Watching
- Hiking Trail
- Pets Allowed
- Picnic Tables