Outdoor enthusiasts can find sanctum inside this 104.1-square-mile community. Visitors enjoy canoeing and kayaking, cycling, hiking, bird watching, and other outdoor activities in North Port. Much of this is due to the City’s efforts to protect Southwest Florida’s native landscape and promote conservation lands.
North Port offers an abundance of locations and wildlife for nature photographers.
The City is home to 80 miles of freshwater canals, nine miles of the Myakkahatchee Creek, and portions of the Myakka River. Come explore our waterways!
Greenways: Trails and Bike Paths
Trails for every kind of adventure exist inside and just outside of this up-and-coming city.
The City is home to a variety of birds. Grab your binoculars and enjoy!