Florida Department of Environmental Protection Division of Recreation and Parks
Purpose: The purpose of this is to receive public input on proposed improvements and facilities at Cedar Key Museum State Park.
Background: Cedar Key Museum State Park is an 18.6-acre property located in Levy County near the City of Cedar Key. The park is managed by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Recreation and Parks (DRP).
Improvements: The following developments/improvements are proposed for the updated Cedar Key Museum State Park management plan:
Update the museum, expand the exhibit area and expand the interpretive theme
Add low wooden fencing and native vegetative buffer along east/west park boundary
Develop an official low-impact canoe/kayak landing/launch
Build a boardwalk and small scenic overlook at the water’s edge off the Whitman Trail
Public Input: Thank you for taking the time to share your comments. Please provide any comments you have no later than October 7, 2015. You may also provide your comments by calling (850) 245-3051, sending an email with the park name in the subject line to FL_StateParkPlanning@dep.state.fl.us or by regular mail at the address below.
Office of Park Planning Florida Department of Environmental Protection Division of Recreation & Parks 3900 Commonwealth Boulevard, MS 525 Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3000