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Curves and winding edges replace straight lines at Central Park, as town transitions to nature preserve. A lush, rolling lawn framed by clusters of native vegetation brings a wilder look and feel, offering a perfect framing of the sights and sounds of the neighboring Caliza Pool.
Sand and slash pine trees cast a dappled shade as they reach overhead, while the palmetto plants remind us that this is definitely Florida. Turkey oaks—named for their lobed leaves that resemble a turkey’s foot—further the casual feel of the park. The soft grass and shade make Central Park a great place to stretch out a blanket for a quiet picnic, or to read a favorite book.