Ocala Wetland Recharge Park
The Ocala Wetland Recharge Park features educational kiosks, 2.5 miles of paved walking trails, and scenic boardwalks. The park sits on a 60-acre site, located near Lillian Bryant Park. This environmental landmark receives approximately three million gallons of treated wastewater and stormwater daily. The engineered ecological system of the park will reduce nutrients and other pollutants in the water it receives. The now polished water will recharge or give water directly back to the aquifer. An additional benefit of the park will be outdoor passive recreation and the educational components.
The following are prohibited:
Bicycles, Skateboarding or Rollerblading
Firearms (allowed if in compliance with F.S. Ch 790) or fireworks
Tobacco products, drugs or alcohol
Vandalism or disorderly conduct
Feeding, pursuing or harassing wildlife
Motorized recreational vehicles
For more information about the park, please check out the Ocala Wetland Recharge Park Fact Sheet.
- Family Friendly
- Parking Available
- Free Parking
- Paved Trail