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Before SWFL’s rainy season, I want to …

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April showers bring May flowers, so it’s time to get out and explore all that SWFL has to offer. Before the sweltering summer heat comes in full force, take the opportunity to visit a new park or nature trail.

Primitive tent camping is now open at Buckingham Trails Preserve, and primitive bicycling is now open at Caloosahatchee Creeks Preserve. You will be able to enjoy picnic tables, scenic views, trails and full nature immersion. These activities are available for no cost as part of the Conservation 20/20 program of Lee County.

#OptOutside before rain washes out your camping trips.

Leticia Menzzano, C2 Communications

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