|McKay Bay Nature Park showcases McKay Bay as a national avian sanctuary, where bird- and wildlife-watching opportunities abound. A 0.17-mile boardwalk trail winds through the mangroves toward the extensive mudflats of McKay Bay. Many species of wading birds forage, particularly in winter months. Birds may also be viewed with spotting scopes from either the park's observation tower/education pavilion, located on the east side, or the bird-viewing station on the west side. A paved 1.25-mile multi-use path leads through the park and circles the peninsula to the south. A half-mile nature trail also traverses this 38-acre nature preserve. |
The McKay Bay Nature Trail is part of The Great Florida Birding Trail West Florida Section.
Park amenities also include ample parking, interpretative signage, bicycle racks and picnic tables.
134 N. 34th St.
Tampa, FL 33605
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