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Lake Kissimmee State Park Florida!
Outdoor Adventure's For All!

lake-kissimmee-state-park-floridaLake Kissimmee Park was opened to the public in 1977, and since then the park has increased to over 6,000 acres. The Ranger Station is the first place many visitors stop and meet park staff. Lake Kissimmee State Park's original Ranger Station is still in use today after going through a complete makeover.

The park is open daily from 8:00am till sunset all year round. See links below for further details.

Activities include, canoeing, kayaking, boating, fishing, camping, wildlife watching, nature trails, horse riding, picnic areas, playground and rest room facilities.

General Information & Amenities:

  • Park Hours: 8 am - Until sunset (365 days a year)

  • Park Phone: +1 (863) 3696-1112

  • Entrance Fees (2011): $5.00 per vehicle 2-8 people per vehicle...$4.00 single occupant vehicle...$2.00 pedestrians, bicyclists etc...$4.00 per hour, canoe rental.

  • Camping Fees: $20.00 per night, plus tax. Includes water and electricity. 50% discount for floridian residents 65 or over. $5.00 per person, per night: primitiive camping. $1.00 per youth, per night: youth camping. $5.00 per adult/chaperone, per night: youth camping.

  • Boating (Boat ramp available), Fishing, Canoeing & Kayaking, Hiking & Wildlife Viewing.

  • Picnic area, Restroom Facilities, Playground, Pets allowed but kept on a leash.

  • Lake Kissimmee State Park...Florida state parks homepage

This is a popular venue with tourist's and locals. Located around a 1hr drive from Orlando, vehicles are required.

Location & Directions:

14248 Camp Mack Road
Lake Wales,
Florida 33853
Tel: +1 (863) 696-1112

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
27.96944, - 81.38028
27°58'10"N, 81°22'49"W

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