Space Still Available!Afterschool Programs
As low as $83 per week!
• Daily Karate Class
• Dedicated homework time
w/homework help if needed
New Special Feature:
Tumbling Classes: conducted at facility
with professinal trainers & coaches.
Head Instructor Master Pinkney, trained under Grandmaster Earl Harris
Formerly Earl Harris Karate Academy
107 N. Valrico Rd., Brandon
CEDAR KEY MUSEUM STATE PARK - Established in 1962
museum in Cedar Key. Most of Mr. Whitman´s collections
are displayed in the museum. These collections include
exhibits on the Timucuan Indians, antique glassware, old
bottles, a very complete collection of sea shells, items
brush manufacturing, and photographs of old Cedar Key.
CEDAR KEYS NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE - A group of restricted
access islands in the Gulf of Mexico. Includes
a major seabird rookery and an 1850´s lighthouse on
Florida´s highest coastal elevation. Boats are available at
CEDAR KEY RAILROAD TRESTLE NATURE TRAIL - The trail’s
path is an easy walk beneath towering pines, beside aromatic
cedars, and among dozens of varieties of plants
and wildlife. Each season offers a new vista of the trail,
bringing an ever-changing host of wildlife and offers a
host of opportunities for photographers and artists. The
trail is located off State Road 24 on Grove Street and is
open from dusk to dawn.
CEDAR KEY SCRUB STATE RESERVE - A unique scrub habitat
on the mainland offers walking and birdwatching, few
FRIENDS OF THE LOWER SUWANNEE AND CEDAR KEYS
NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGES - Visit the web site for
Friends and Volunteers of Cedar Key and Lower Suwannee
National Wildlife Refuges to see what sort of special
activities and talks are planned for each month highlighting
the two refuges and the Cedar Key area’s natural of-
LOWER SUWANNEE NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE - A new
40,000 acre refuge, offers nature driving and hiking trails
for wildlife observation and photography and access to
the famous Suwannee River.
MANATEE SPRINGS STATE PARK
spring, offers diving, swimming, picnicking, boat ramp, canoe
rentals, and an elevated boardwalk through primordial
cypress wetlands into the historic Suwannee River.
SHELL MOUND PARK - A prehistoric Indian mound and nature
trail off Highway 347 on CR 326 outside Cedar Key
offers camping, boat ramp, and picnicking. Call 352-221-
4466 for more information.
WACCASSASSA BAY STATE PRESERVE - A 31,000 acre limited
access preserve between Yankeetown and Cedar Key
offers access to canoeists and campers for both fresh-
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