This page is about the Lagoon. If you are looking for the city park and greenbelt, see Neary Lagoon Park.
|Main Neary Lagoon Park entrance near the intersection of California Street and Bay Street|
|Pedestrian/bike accessible from the south end of Chestnut Street|
|Pedestrian accessible from the south end of Blackburn Street|
|Also pedestrian accessible across the railroad tracks from Depot Park|
|Or at the Private Viewing Pier at Shelter Lagoon Apartments|
|A drainage area of 850 acres empties into the lagoon|
|Floating boardwalk for wildlife viewing|
|[Neary Lagoon Wetland Walks from the Museum of Natural History|
The Neary Lagoon is located in the middle of Santa Cruz- an unlikely place for a wetland habitat! The habitat is designed to preserve this wetland area, as well as enhance viewing of local wetland ecosystems and animals.
The Lagoon is paired with Neary Lagoon Park, a city park featuring play structures and paved footpaths.
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