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Lake Louisa State Park

 About Lake Louisa State Park

A view through the cypress tree of the lake. Photo by N Clements.


Scott Spaulding

Greetings Everyone:

We hope you are enjoying the cooler weather. Now is a great time to get out and explore the park.

Fishing poles and worms are available for purchase at the Ranger Station. The poles come complete with tackle. We also offer beverage machines which are located at the ranger station and campground. Bike/Kayak/Canoe rentals are available and we have a complete line of nature books and reference guides for sale inside the ranger station. 

The ADA accessible playground funded by The Friends of Lake Louisa State Park, Inc is now open. We will be having an official ribbon cutting ceremony for the playground on Friday January 23, 2015 at 5pm with Music and Campfire on the beach afterwards.

If you are a member of our Citizen Support Organization the "Friends of Lake Louisa State Park" keep in mind that in addition to getting a free visit once a month you also get a free one-time canoe or tandem kayak rental. Not a member yet? Visit the "Friends" website at Once there click on the “become a member” tab. Call or visit the Ranger Station for more information.

Join us daily for trail use, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, picnicking, nature study, camping and good old rest and relaxation.

We hope to see you out at the park real soon!



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Lake Louisa State Park is located on US 27, seven (7) miles south of State Road 50.


  • Volunteer - The park currently needs volunteers to provide trail maintenance and/or exotic plant removal a minimum of two hours per week.

    Trail Maintenance: This person will patrol the park's entire trail system and addresses any maintenance issues. Specific tasks include trimming low or encroaching branches and vegetation; removing debris and litter; checking trail markers for damage, repair, accuracy; removing overgrowth from marker posts; and reporting any major problems. Must be able to work outdoors and be capable of using hand tools and small gas operated tools, such as a weed whacker, safely, have a valid driver's license and the ability to operate on and off road vehicles safely.

    Exotic Plant Removal: This person will identify exotics in the park and remove them by hand or with the use of herbicide. Must be able to work outdoors; be capable of using hand tools and herbicide safely and effectively; be willing to learn how to mix and apply herbicide and identify exotic plant species; have a valid driver¿s license and ability to operate on and off road vehicles safely.

    For more information contact:
    Jenny Vogel Kehlenbeck
    Park Service Specialist
    Lake Louisa State Park
    (352) 394-3436
  • For forms, information and benefits of volunteering visit Get Involved.
  • Friends of Lake Louisa
  • c/o Lake Louisa State Park
    7305 US Hwy 27
    Clermont, FL 34714