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  • Earl P. Powers Park

      The county owned park was named “Earl P. Powers Park” in recognition of the great accomplishments and outstanding services by Earl P. Powers in the community, Alachua County and to the State of Florida.

      New shoreline preservation overlooks are planned along the canal, which will allow fishing and wildlife observation, while protecting the delicate habitat along the shore.  A new play system and floating dock were recently installed.

      Large alligators are abundant.