Guide to Polk  

IMC-Agrico Peace River Park



Polk County Maintains A System Of 67 Parks And Boat Ramps, Ranging In Size From Less Than An Acre To Four Regional Parks, Each Covering Hundreds Of Acres.
There Are No Admission Fees To Any County Parks, Which Are Open Year-Round From Sunrise To Sunset Unless Otherwise Posted Or Scheduled For Exclusive Use.
For More Information About County Parks, Contact The Polk County Leisure Services Division At 863-534-4340. The Web Site Is At Www.Polk-County.Net And Click On The Leisure Services Link Under The County Offices Page.
For more information about trails in Polk and other parts of the state, go to: www.dep.state.fl.us/gwt or www.florida-trail.org, or obtain a Polk County Bicycle Map from the Central Florida Visitors & Convention Bureau by calling 863-420-2586. You can also call the Polk Transportation Planning Organization at 863-534-6486 or on the Web at www.polktpo.com.
Amenities include a boardwalk, picnic facilities, horseback and hiking trails.
The park is a county park on County Road 640 off U.S. 17 south of Bartow that has plenty of opportunities for nature lovers. Migrating songbirds and ducks have been seen here.
7 a.m. to dusk.
2200 County Road 640, Homeland. Boardwalk, picnic facilities, horseback and hiking trails. Posted hours: 7 a.m. to dusk.


Created: April 20, 2013 11:59 p.m.
Modified: April 20, 2013 11:59 p.m.
 
© Copyright TheLedger.com — All rights reserved. Restricted Use only.