Description: At 115 acres it is the largest tract of environmentally undisturbed land on Lemon Bay. The Lemon Bay Conservancy was instrumental in the purchase by Charlotte County in 1992. The property is bounded by water on three sides. Oyster creek to south, Angier (Rock) Creek to north, and Lemon Bay Aquatic Preserve to the west. The park is managed by Charlotte Harbor Environmental Center, Inc.

Vegetation Communities: Mangrove forest, salt marsh, pine flatlands, oak scrub, and costal strand.

Location: 2300 Placida Road C. R. 775. Across from Lemon Bay High School.

Amenities: 4.5 miles of volunteer built and maintained hiking trails. Note: Some trails are closed seasonally to protect nesting Bald Eagles. Included is a spacious visitor center with environmental displays and free educational material. The property also has rest rooms and information kiosks. Numerous environmental programs and activities for all ages of participants are conducted throughout the year. Weekly guided nature walks, and monthly Sea grass Wading Adventures are featured.

Birding by Kayak: Cedar Point has great birding by kayak opportunities. Lots of shallow water and sandy beach areas for wading birds as well as excellent woodland areas. To kayak Cedar Point use the Oyster Creek launch area which is just east of the park and south of the Lemon Bay High athletic fields, off of Placida Road. The Ainger Creek county boat ramp is another launch site and is located less than a mile north of the park entrance.

Animal Species:

Birds that you may encounter year-round include:

 Brown Pelican  Killdeer  Willet
 Blue Jay  Red-bellied Woodpecker  Mockingbird
 Great Egret  Double-crested Cormorant  Little Blue Heron
 Snowy Egret  Mourning Dove  Rufus-sided Towhee
 Pine Warbler  Cardinal  Great Blue Heron
 Pileated Woodpecker  Bobwhite Quail  Bald Eagle

Migrants that you may see:

 Gray Catbird  American Kestrel  Palm Warbler
 Blue-gray Gnatcatcher  Yellow-rumped arbler  Belted Kingfisher
 Eastern Phoebe  Sharp-shinned Hawk  Tree Swallow

Documented Mammals:

 Bobcat  Hispid Cotton Rat  Virginia Opossum
 Raccoon  Gray Fox  Marsh Rabbit
Bats Gray Fox River Otter
Dolphin and manatee can be found in the waters adjacent to the park

Documented Herps:

 Black Racer  Brown Anole  Eastern Diamondback
 Gopher Tortoise  Red Rat Snake  Five- lined Skink