This place has everything a nature lover would want, and I went to advance my fishing skills. Wish I had chosen to go on the fishing boat ride that would have taken me further outside in the lake, but I made do with the deck area.
We tent camped March 20 -24th, 2016. Great shady sites that offered privacy, yet convenient to all facilities. We hiked the two loop trails, biked the spur trail to the lake, and kayaked the Buster Island Loop Trail. Rosalie Creek, part of the kayak trail, was our favorite! Stan was the campground host and was awesome! He, along with Buck,a... 更多
Great park to walk around and enjoy the outdoors! We saw baby armadillos, which were so cute!! This, like most of Florida's parks, is clean, beautiful and peaceful. Enjoy a day in the sun and in nature!
We love to go fishing out of Lake Kissimmee State Park - boat ramp is nice and wide / parking is paved / it's very easy access to the lake / bathrooms are clean / there is a great place to clean fish / they have some boat rentals, picnic tables, camping, equestrian facilities.
Great hidden campground with lots of privacy and shade- didn't even need the awning! Lots of friendly wildlife - Sand Hill Cranes, Wild Turkey, Deer, Gopher Tortoise. Boat ramp with easy access to Lake Kissimmee. Docked boat right at boat ramp for entire stay. Extremely nice Park Rangers and personnel. Would definitely stay here again.
We spent almost two weeks at this park and loved it. The live Oaks draped in Spanish moss and the Saw Palmettos and Palms made for a beautiful tropical setting. We saw so many deer and birds and loved all the well maintained trails to hike and bike on. The sites were set well apart giving us much privacy. We... 更多
Beautiful park but if you do not have a boat you will bored to death. Campground is very clean. Easy path to dock,playground and main trailhead. People staying here say fishing is great. You can rent kayaks and canoes,but you will have to paddle some to reach the lake. Most people here have motor boats.
We visited this beautiful park on a Friday around 11am. It only cost $5 to get in. There is a small general store ( mostly for campers). You can rent kayaks and canoes and also segways for which you will get a lesson. We didn't do any of those things, but we did hike in the woods ending up at... 更多
One would think with the word lake in the name you might get to see it. There is one hiking trail that takes you by the lake for about 100 yards. There is a bench at each end below the reeds.