Conservation 20/20 manages 47 preserves spread throughout Lee County, within the boundaries of most cities, totaling nearly 30,000 acres. Information about each Conservation 20/20 preserve can be accessed from the list below.
All preserves are open to
the public for hiking, wildlife observation, and nature photography and study. Several
preserves offer additional recreation opportunities, including fishing,
kayaking and canoeing, and horseback riding (download recreation and amenities chart). Access may occasionally be limited at certain locations due to temporary flooding or special restoration projects. Search locations with ADA accessible amenities
Preserves are open from dawn until dusk.
Learn about Lee County preserves not purchased through the Conservation 20/20 program
number in parenthesis following the preserve name is the file number assigned by the County
Lands Department to land parcels during the acquisition process. If more than one number
is listed, the preserve is comprised of land parcels from multiple acquisitions.