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We showed up on a Saturday. The apparently once-weekly tram tour was about to begin. We couldn't get on because you needed to make reservations during the week. Then they felt sorry for us and let us on. Florida nature at its absolute finest. I've...More
This was the first chance we have had since Iram damaged this reserve so much. It's getting there slowly but they are getting there, plenty of bird life,all and 🐢 turtles to see and they seem very relaxed with humans, but remember this is their...More
Great place for hiking and observing Florida's nature including reptiles and birds.
Be careful to respect their habitat as you hike through the Reserve.
Be sure to bring comfortable shoes and above all take your camera.
They have picnic tables located at the Discovery Centre.
We were in town to visit theme parks in Orlando and stopped with our kids (9 & 11) to stretch our legs. What a delight to have a little haven of nature among all the development in southern Florida. We were amazed by the beautiful...More
We have gone here many times, each time we see different birds and wild life. There are many trails to walk or bike. they have a map that lets you know how long the trail is, sunny, shady etc. Eagles, Great Blue Herons, owls,Egrets, turtles...More
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Based on info at Florida disabled outdoor activities, yes. On my visit there I was using a wheeled walker and got to see a lot. If you have time, a perfect place to drive through 11 miles of awesome nature, try Lake Apopka... More
Based on info at Florida disabled outdoor activities, yes. On my visit there I was using a wheeled walker and got to see a lot. If you have time, a perfect place to drive through 11 miles of awesome nature, try Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive. No wheeling required except in your car. They are only open Friday, Saturday and Sunday and federal holidays. Hope this is helpful and the drive is not too far for you!