The park features hundreds of acres of intact former rice fields complete with quarter drain canals and water control structures; eight miles of interpretive trails with more than 1,200 feet of boardwalk that wind through nine different habitats; and an exhibit center and interpretive stops along trails. The F. Lamarr Wiley Learning Center has a classroom, wetlab and picnic area. A variety of wildlife includes alligators, turkeys and birds of prey. Nature, history and environmental education programs are offered for all ages and groups. Morning bird walks are at 8:30 a.m. Wed. and Sat.