Koreshan State Historic Site

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The Koreshan State Historic Site was added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 4, 1976. The park contains sections of pine flatwoods habitat as well as the site of a religious colony, the Koreshan Unity. The last remaining members in 1961 deeded the land to the state. Kayak rentals are available as well as other activities including: fishing, picnicking, boating, camping, canoeing, hiking, and wildlife viewing. The park includes a campground, boat ramp, canoe rentals, trails, and a picnic area on the Estero River.

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Koreshan State Park