CHRISTMAS, Fla. — Orlando City leaders celebrated the completion of a new 2,200-foot boardwalk at Orlando Wetlands Park.
The new boardwalk was unveiled by city leaders at a ribbon-cutting Monday.
The elevated walkway will allow guests more opportunities to view and photograph the many birds and wildlife that call the 1,650-acre park home.
Orlando Wetlands Park is a man-made wetland near Christmas, Florida and was designed to help with the treatment of reclaimed water from the City of Orlando.
The park offers tours to individuals and groups, in addition to schools and university students.
Orlando Wetlands Park is open seven days a week from sunrise to sunset.