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Twin Cypress Trees, Lettuce Leaf Park, Tampa Florida
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Lettuce Lake opened in 1982 and has quickly become a hub of activity. The 240 acre site, located northeast of the Fletcher Avenue bridge crossing the Hillsborough River, offers something for everyone. Wooded picnic areas are a favorite. A bicycle path and jogging trail, complete with a fitness course, meander through the park. Lettuce Lake is also a haven for nature study. An interpretive center featuring exhibits leads to two boardwalks and an observation tower where visitors can view the cypress swamp with its abundance of birds and other wildlife.

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Uploaded: 15/04/2011
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