Kissimmee Parks and Gardens

(Kissimmee, Florida - FL, USA)




Kissimmee offers a reasonable selection of parks and gardens where visitors wanting to relax, play sport or simply escape the cars and Kissimmee skyline. Parks and gardens in Kissimmee are often landscaped, with colorful planting areas, large trees, shaded seating and plenty of greenery.

Kissimmee's Brinson Park ranks among the city's best spots for relaxing, while those feeling energetic can enjoy the walking and riding trails at Split Oak Forest Mitigation Park.



Brinson Park


Address: 600 Neptune Road, Kissimmee, Florida FL, 34741, USA
Tel: +1 407 518 2501
Kissimmee's Brinson Park is a pleasant greenbelt area offering visitors the chance to relax and escape the urban jungle. Park facilities include a picnic and pavilion area, barbecue grills, a fishing pier and boating lake.
Open hours: daily - sunup to sundown
Admission: free

Lake Kissimmee State Park


Address: 14248 Camp Mack Road, Lake Wales, Florida FL, 33898-8441, USA
Tel: +1 863 696 1112
Lake Kissimmee State Park is an enormous area of natural beauty, covering more than 6,000 acres / 2430 hectares. With many hiking trails and camping sites, other attractions include around 200 different bird species, spectacular views and numerous picnic spots.
Kissimmee parks and gardens open daily - 08:00 to sundown
Admission: free

Bull Creek Wildlife Management Area


Address: Crabgrass Road, Holopaw, Florida FL, USA
Tel: +1 407 436 1818
Bull Creek Wildlife Management Area is an 8.6-mile / 13.8- km loop trail that is part of the Florida National Scenic Trail. The trail connects with the Three Lakes Wildlife Management Area and is popular for those wanting to cycle, hunt or go horseback riding.
Open hours: daily - sunup to sundown
Admission: free

Makinson Island


Address: Lake Tohopekaliga, Kissimmee, Florida FL, USA
Tel: +1 407 892 2397
Makinson Island is a stretch of parkland situated at Lake Tohopekaliga, within easy reach of Kissimmee city center, and can only be reached via boat. Once on the island, visitors have access to 3.5 miles / 5.5 km of hiking trails and can participate in activities such as bird watching and boating.
Open hours: daily - sunup to sundown
Admission: free

Split Oak Forest Mitigation Park


Address: Clapp-Simms-Duda Road, Kissimmee, Florida FL, USA
Tel: +1 407 892 2397
Kissimmee's Split Oak Forest Mitigation Park is a greenbelt area perfect for hikers, weekend walkers, cyclists and horseback riders. The park is home to four different trails ranging in distance from 0.8 to 4.2-miles / 1.3 to 6.5 km long. Trails take pursuers through a variety of wildlife habitats.
Open hours: daily - sunup to sundown
Admission: free

Lakefront Park


Address: 69 Lakeshore Boulevard, Kissimmee, Florida FL, 34741, USA
Tel: +1 407 518 2501
Kissimmee's Lakefront Park was created in 1926 from a patch of land purchased from the railroad. This a popular spot for relaxing and sporting activities and remains one of the oldest facilities of its nature in the city.
Kissimmee parks and gardens open daily - sunup to sundown
Admission: free






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