Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve covers 365 acres, and it is the second largest preserved natural space in the city. The area is comprised of a marshland and river system, and visitors are able to access the area by utilizing a series of walking trails or by kayaking. Visitors are welcome to bring their own kayaks or rent them directly from the preserve.
An on-site visitor center provides information on the region and on the preservation efforts, along with maps and recent wildlife sightings.
Eagles, herons, raccoons, snakes, and a variety of wading and migratory birds call the preserve home. The preserve also has a veteran’s memorial area, which celebrates the lives of those who have served the country in the armed services.
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