Tierra Del Sol Preserve

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Tierra Del Sol Preserve is a 180-acre area of protected land one mile west of Land o' Lakes Boulevard (US 41) and two miles south of State Road 52 at 9855 Asbel Road in Land o' Lakes, Florida. It is closed for restoration at present. It was acquired in 2010 to protect a section of the Five Mile Creek wildlife corridor. As of 2013 wetlands in the preserve were being restored and enhanced. [1]

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Coordinates: 28°17′28″N82°30′33″W / 28.2912°N 82.5091°W / 28.2912; -82.5091