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Hickey Creek - Planning Your Visit

Two white paw-paw flowers with palmetto fronds in background. Photo credit: Annisa Karim/Lee County Parks and Recreation

Photo credit: Annisa Karim

This site has open, scrubby flatwoods, hiking trails and lush hardwoods along the creek. Managed in cooperation with Lee County Department of Parks and Recreation; hourly or daily parking fees apply. Public access is limited to 7 am to 7 pm daily.

Oaks, palms and ferns line the narrow Hickey Creek, where you can find a canoe/kayak landing, fishing deck, two picnic areas, two marsh boardwalks and five miles of hiking trails. There is an ADA accessible trail to Hickey's Creek and the amphitheater.

Get directions by selecting an entrance icon on the entrance finder map.

  • Dogs are permitted but must be kept under physical restraint at all times.
  • Restrooms are available.
  • Vehicles and bicycles are not permitted on trails.
  • No daily-use permit required. County parking fees apply.
  • Hunting is not allowed.
  • To fish you must possess the appropriate license and permit.