Hike the Orlando Wetlands Loop

Florida Orlando Wetlands Parking

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This must-hike trail winds through marshes and lakes teeming with Florida native wildlife.

Start in the parking area off of Wheeler road in Orlando Wetlands State Park. Follow the signs for the Orlando Wetlands Loop. Stay on the lookout for birds, reptiles, insects, and other interesting creatures as you hike through the species-rich wetlands.

Trail is accessible February 1st through November 14th.

Note: Dogs are not allowed on the trail.

Photos: MJ2_Photography, Ricardo's Photography

Pack List

  • Sun protection
  • Water
  • Camera
  • Hiking boots (trail can be muddy)
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Activities:

Cycling, Hiking, Photography

Skill Level:

Beginner

Season:

Spring, Summer, Autumn

Trail Type:

Loop

Distance:

4 Miles

Rating:

Features:

Lake
Scenic
Wildlife

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7 months ago

Birds Forever

So many birds. The hiking is mostly on gravel roads with the exception of several small trails through the wooded areas of the park. It's totally worth a day trip just to see the wildlife! Next to no shade though, so maybe pick a cool day.

7 months ago

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