The Waccasassa Bay Preserve State Park is a state park and nature preserve in Cedar Key, Florida. It is best known among anglers as a great spot to go fishing because of the availability of both freshwater and saltwater fishing opportunities at the site.
Aside from fishing, other outdoor activities like kayaking, canoeing, wildlife viewing, and boating are also possible to be enjoyed while at the Waccasassa Bay Preserve State Park. There are also tons of biological systems at the site, including tidal creeks and extensive salt marshes. The site also protects the Gulf Hammock that was once so widespread that it covered thousands of acres.
The Waccasassa Bay Preserve State Park is also home to numerous endangered and rare species like bald eagles, West Indian manatees, and Florida black bears.
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