Edward Medard Park

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About Edward Medard Park

Back in the good ol’ days, Hillsborough Country developed this site as one of its largest regional parks. And with that kind of space comes room for just about everything you can imagine under the sun. They even made sure there was plenty of paved trails for some quality inline skating to be had!

Fast-forward to today, and Edward Medard Park remains a vibrant destination, with over 500,000 visitors annually. Bike, skate (still!), post up for a night or a few in a tent or RV, hop on your horse and gallop into the sunset, and hike on oodles of roads and trails. But most of all make sure to set aside a special piece of time for the main attraction, 700-acre Edward Medard Reservoir. Wanna get close but not in the water? Check out the 730-foot pier/boardwalk from which you can cast a line. Castaway to Edward Medard Park--and let us know what kind of trouble you end up getting into!

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Edward Medard Park Campground

1. Edward Medard Park Campground

Set along a stunning reservoir, Edward Medard Park Campground has sites for RV’ers, car campers, and primitive peeps alike! Every site comes with a...

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Hipcamper Sam

i have camp at medard many times, had a motor home then, and i loved it, all the people that worked there are as nice as they can be, i sold the motor home as we are done with seeing the states, i am now going to try a tent, and medard will be where i try it out, so nice and peaceful, good fishing, good place to take your bike, or just good for a nice walk.

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