A Note From The Manager Andy Noland

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Two deer

The park is back open from the Hurricane and Fall is filtering in; making it a great time to come explore Lake Kissimmee State Park and avoid the crowds before we get busy.  Our camp grounds are open with a few more sunny spots, but still as beautiful as ever.    The weather's still hot so bring plenty of water and make sure to take a trail map with you when you hike, bike or horseback ride.

Please excuse the mess as we continue to clean up after Hurricane Irma, make sure to look up, down and around for any hazards especially hanging branches broken by the storm.  Our Cow Camp will be closed with an opening date to be announced, while we finish recovery and figure out how to work around the new bridge construction and old bridge weight limit issues. 

Make sure to check our event page for Cow Camp and other park special event dates and times.  The Cow Camp will still be open on major holidays with the exception of Christmas. Special requests for Cow Camps may be granted to groups of 15 or more persons by calling the Ranger Station at: (863) 696-1112.

With 13 miles of hiking and equestrian trails, a boat launch leading out to Lake Kissimmee (Florida's third largest lake), shaded picnic areas, a playground, excellent wildlife viewing, and camping; Lake Kissimmee State Park offers something for everyone. Remember to bring plenty of water, sunscreen and insect repellent with you!

 For regular campsites, please call Reserve America at: 1-800-326-3521. If you are interested in reserving the Youth Camp, Primitive Campsites, or a pavilion, please call the Ranger Station at: 863-696-1112.