Audubon Park, is a passive recreational facility featuring nature trails and interpretive venues. As well as being a recreational amenity for the city, the property is also used for stormwater management and natural resource preservation purposes.
Some say the history of the Audubon Park goes back to the early days of Deltona, with the construction of Lake Monroe Boat Ramp, in 2001, where people of Deltona would meet to enjoy the market, but also to discuss political and other city matters.
With the revival of nature excursions due to COVID-19, Audubon Nature Park has definitely established itself as a landmark of the Deltona alternative health scene.
Today, you can visit the Audubon Park to ride your bicycle, hike, bird watch and more, but also to enjoy a picnic with homemade treats in the outdoors.