Kissimmee Lakefront Park
Kissimmee Lakefront Park
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Susan H
72 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020 • Couples
This small park that overlooks the lake is a bit over engineered for my liking. But you can still manage to find some nature with the colorful gallinules on the lake and lots of osprey and Eagles to be seen. Paved walkways , lots of seating areas with tables for a picnic lunch, , and plenty of clean restrooms. Parking lot is large and no fee for parking or entry. There is a small Cafe near the parking lot that sells really good Ice cream cones .
Written February 12, 2020
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Derbylady_8
Derby, UK426 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2022
My husband and I (we are from the UK) have just returned from holiday in Orlando. Because of the COVID situation, we were looking to keep outdoors and explore nature reserves and parks, and to photograph the wildlife.
We visited Kissimmee Lakefront Park 3 times, and found parking really easy, and we loved the leisurely walk on the lakefront from Neptune Road to the Marina.
On each occasion we saw alligators, they are easy to spot, just keep looking, and the variety of birds we saw and photographed was amazing. We saw Great Blue Heron, Egrets, Blue Heron, Limpkin, Anhinga, and the beautiful and elusive Green Heron. The Grackle birds were chatty and the red winged Blackbirds were gorgeous.
The walk to the Lighthouse gives great views of the lake.
The park was never busy, and we walked to the historic Main Street and had coffee and cake there.
We would not hesitate to recommend a visit here, it seems many miles away from all the traffic on the 192.
Written April 19, 2022
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CleishPark
Kinross, UK68 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2020 • Couples
Got to congratulate city authorities (or whoever commissioned it) along with whoever designed this park because they did a tremendous job. Wide pathways with plenty of seating areas either on benches or brick sections built into the path side along with sections going out into the lake itself are simply excellent. And, from all of the pre-planned parties going on in each of the picnic sections, it’s obviously appreciated by the locals themselves!
Written March 7, 2020
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Wayne C
Belleville, Canada235 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2020
On the edge of the historic area of Kissimmee, a very nice park for enjoying a picnic, walking, biking... the city has done a nice job creating an accessible, open, multi use lakefront park, and close to the Historic District.
We bought BBQ takeout and made the quick trip to the waterfront to eat. Great open spaces, clean washroom areas, and walking trails.
Nice place to take a breather and enjoy the outdoors.
If you are in the area, stop by, it's easy to find and enjoy.
Written March 16, 2020
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H E
San Antonio, TX92 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2021
An additional, important and appreciated, aspect of this park is that it is wheelchair accessible from the ends and the sides!!!

NOTE: The term "breakwater" on the warning sign apparently refers only to the boardwalk at the far end. The concrete path is open and takes you further into the estuary.

If you have the time, you can sit on one of the numerous benches and just listen to the cacophony of bird calls while you are looking at the water and sunsets. So enjoyable on so many levels. All ages can enjoy this park.
Written February 25, 2021
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Rafael Teixeira Castelo
Vancouver, Canada151 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2021
Good place for you to walk, run, have a picnic time with friends. The park itself does not have many attractions (yet) but it is close to a sold mall city where you can have an enjoyable time. There is a pier and you can see and maybe interact with the wild nature.
Positive: picnic tables that remind me of Vancouver, Canada.
Negative: Not many picnic tables and only one little covered spot.
Written January 20, 2022
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Michael W
Osceola283 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020
It is a nice park with pavilions that can be reserved. Has a nice walk around the park by the lake, saw a small alligator some different birds. Nice wide path for walking or bike riding, jogging, On the outside area is a monument with stones from different states and some countries, Went there twice and always clean and places to park.
Written March 26, 2020
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Enrique B
Great Falls, VA57 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2021
This is one of the best, most accessible places to spot gators in the wild near Central Florida's world famous attractions. If you're interested in exploring beyond Central Florida's theme parks and the 192 and International Drive corridors, this park is a great stop. It has two playgrounds, a splash zone for kids, and picnic shelters. But more importantly: it faces Lake Tohopekaliga and offers a long, accessible, very picturesque paved trail along the shore of the lake. And this is from where you're likely to see gators. There are a lot them. The last time I was there I spotted half a dozen in about one hour. Sometimes you have to keep your eyes peeled to see them swimming in the distance. And sometimes you get lucky and they are very close to shore. But trust me, they are there, not far from you, its just a matter of being patient. Beyond gators, this park is paradise for bird watchers.
Written June 9, 2021
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NCviaNY
Charlotte, NC78 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2022
This place is an absolute gem in an area of tourist traps and noise. We visited and enjoyed the lake front sidewalks, many benches to sit, covered areas, close to town to pick up food or drinks, or one of the park cafes.Birds are abundant and we did see a few alligators. Area very pet friendly. By far worth the visit.
Written March 7, 2022
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KarenM1_10
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan1,044 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2022
We parked at the Big Toho Marina and went on the bike path that led to Neptune Road. On Neptune Road you travel on a sidewalk and can ride all the way to St. Cloud. The bike route was very scenic, particularly around the lake. The park area around the Marina is great, especially for children. There are several play areas, and you can even have a picnic here. I recommend trying this bike path.
Written April 9, 2022
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