Mosaic Peace River Park is a 460 acre property offers more than 7.5 miles of multi-use trails. Most people walk along a 1 mile boardwalk that meanders through cypress floodplain forest down to the Peace River.
Mosaic Peace River Park is well known for its diversity of bird species including: limpkins, green-winged and blue-winged teal, hooded merganser, gray catbird, blue-headed vireo, American white pelican, eastern meadowlark, red-tailed hawk, northern harrier, sharp-shinned hawk and swallow-tailed kites.
The site of an open-pit phosphate mine until the early 1980s, this reclamation project borders the Peace River floodplain, where the boardwalk winds through the floodplain forest out to the river.
Interpretive signs give background information on the 1,800-square-mile Peace River basin.