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Sweetwater Wetlands Park is Open to Public on Saturdays & Sundays

Sweetwater Wetlands Park is Open to Public on Saturdays & Sundays

The City of Gainesville Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs (PRCA) Department is happy to announce that Sweetwater Wetlands Park, formerly known as the Paynes Prairie Sheetflow Restoration Project, is now open to the public on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays, 7 a.m. to Sunset. There is an entry fee: $5 per vehicle and $2 for pedestrians and bicyclists. The park is located at 325 SW Williston Road; you can find a map to the park at


Sweetwater Wetlands Park is not only a place to connect with nature; it’s a way to protect our environment. The park, which consists of more than 125 acres of wetlands and ponds, was created to improve the water quality of wetlands in Paynes Prairie and the Floridan Aquifer. This unique park features more than 3.5 miles of trails and boardwalks that overlook a thriving created wetlands environment on the north side of the Paynes Prairie State Preserve. “Visitors will find a wide variety of native plants, birds, butterflies, alligators and even the occasional Florida cracker horse” said Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs Director Steve Phillips, “We expect this park to quickly become one of the most popular parks in the city as well as the region!”.

In 2009, the Paynes Prairie Sheetflow Restoration Project began as a way to reduce pollution to Alachua Sink by restoring the prairie’s natural sheetflow and creating a wetland habitat. The final goal was to create an environmentally-friendly park, filled with plants and animals that allows people to connect with and learn about nature. Gainesville Regional Utilities (GRU) and the City of Gainesville Department of Public Works completed the wetlands in 2015 and the City of Gainesville Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs (PRCA) Department maintains and operates the trails and public space.

For more information, please contact Linda Demetropoulos, City of Gainesville Nature Operations manager, at or 352-393-8445. For more information on the park and its development, please visit

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