To acquire, preserve, restore and maintain vital and significant threatened natural lands, forest, upland and wetland communities located in Collier County, for the benefit of present and future generations.
The Pepper Ranch Preserve is now officially open for public use every Friday and non-hunt Saturday and Sunday. For more information and specific dates click here. For online campground reservations click here.
There is a new page available on our website. You can now access selected trail maps on your mobile device to assist you in planning and enjoying a hike on your Conservation Collier lands. Click here to access the Trails page, or click on the "Trails" page on the navigation pane on the left of the screen.
You can also access an interactive trails map for Conservation Collier Preserves on the www.HikingProject.com by putting "Conservation Collier" into the search engine. Have fun and enjoy your hike
Click here for a map of all Conservation Collier Preserves. Since 2003, the Conservation Collier Program has been acquiring properties of high natural resource value throughout Collier County from willing sellers. Properties acquired met specific criteria including: rare habitat, aquifer recharge, flood control, water quality protection, and listed species habitat.
At the program's inception, the Collier County Board of County Commissioners (Board) appointed a Land Acquisition Advisory Committee (Committee) to consider and make recommendations on offered properties. The Committee's recommendations have resulted in Board approval for and acquisition of 4,060 acres in 19 project locations throughout Collier County.
Conservation Collier works with various local universities and the general public to provide volunteer opportunities. Volunteer Application
Calling all master naturalists and those with knowledge and passion for the local Florida environment! Conservation Collier is in search of interested volunteers to lead guided trail walks at the Pepper Ranch Preserve in Immokalee between March and June. Call 239-252-2961
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