Pack up a picnic lunch and enjoy a few hours at the Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary. There are a few picnic tables where you can eat in the quiet and beautiful surrounding; There are restrooms in the main building. If you enjoy long walks, this place could be a perfect place to visit - there are two walks on the boardwalk surrounding the swamp - one is the long way around (about an hour) and the other is the short way (maybe about half an hour or so). The boardwalk is level on either walk, so you don't need to worry about climbing. Nevertheless, wear comfortable walking shoes, bring insect repellent, sunscreen or cover yourself to protect from sunburn. There are several places along the way where you can sit and rest under a rest stop, but for the most part you will be exposed the whole time. Bring water and binoculars to enjoy the best of the site. As other reviews state, there are a few volunteers who have high powered scopes focused on special sightings, but it is fun to find things on your own. Can't recommend doing this during the summer, though - too hot and humid! There is a wonderful plant nursery a few hundred feet outside of the sanctuary; if you need garden foliage, this is a good place to buy trees, flowers, and schrubs after you have visited the swamp, for much less money than in town.