Florida’s “winter”, or cold months, can sometimes feel fleeting.
. The park’s relaxing spring waters, lush greenery and soothing sounds will bring you relief from the exhausting journey along I-4.
Some parts are directly exposed to sunlight. Be sure to pack sunscreen, bug repellent, and lots of fluids
The park has many trails that can be used to create loops or routes for hikers and cyclists
This Sanford-area area public land is a great spot to view the white-tailed elk, swallow-tailed kite, and Florida black bea
Seminole County’s Seminole County manages the land which covers 240 acres
This Winter Park oasis, covering 48 acres, includes a boardwalk, a butterfly garden and an amphitheater
The Bill Frederick Park covers an area of 183 acres on the west side Turkey Lake.
This park is also home to a large lakefront dog park, water fountains, and restrooms.
Seminole County offers more than 10,000 acres to mountain bikers, hikers, and paddlers.
The forest is home to a 200-year-old living oak that has survived by splitting down the middle.