Cedar Point Location Map

Cedar Point Visitor Center Hours:
Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.

Trail Hours:
Sunrise to Sunset Every Day

CHEC at Cedar Point

Visitor Center

Cedar Point Environmental Park was purchased by Charlotte County in 1992, the trails established in 1995 and the Visitor Center opened to the public in 1998.


CHEC has been actively involved in its management and the coordination of its educational and recreational programs since 1995.

Cedar Point Environmental Park is a 115-acre Charlotte County Park that borders Ainger Creek, Oyster Creek and Lemon Bay. Three trails lead directly to Lemon Bay.

Interior of Visitor Center
Bald Eagles

The park has provided a home for nesting American bald eagles since at least 1992… and is home to an observation hive of honey bees. The honey is for sale at the Visitors Center. You will find the Sea Shell Display, "Touch Table" and plenty of free maps and educational literature. The Visitors Center is free and open to the public.

To protect our wildlife, Dogs are not permitted in the park.

Please take only Pictures and Leave only Footprints!

Lemon Bay Volunteer Monitoring Program

Lemon Bay Program volunteers monitor 17 locations within the Lemon Bay area; testing pH, temperature, salinity, dissolved oxygen and more. Attached are the most recent analysis results

Water quality report of the Lemon Bay for year 2010

Wildlife and plants observed within the park


Birds listed were seen and heard by volunteers over many years. (List currently under construction)


A few of the many plants that have been observed growing in the park. (List currently under construction)

Amphibians, Mammals and Reptiles

Some of the animals that have been observed active within the park.