Explore the most popular trails near Kissimmee with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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One of my favorites.

Gate was locked on the Bass Rd entry and there was no parking there. Find another entry point. Nice family trail and allows pets. Good amount of shade.

mountain biking
Monday, September 04, 2017

Very nice for mountain bikes, but small. The other side of the Trail is closed and lots of kids just hanging out up to no good. Not recommended to go alone. Venture at your own risk. Be nice in groups.

Monday, August 28, 2017

Quite fairly well maintained trails with wooden walkways. more of a nice walk than hike.

Sunday, August 27, 2017

Love this trails! Always see a bunch of animals and mostly in the shade! I like running this trail or just to enjoy nature. I do sometimes walk to the "resting" place with tables and do my outdoor workout! Love it !!

walking
Friday, June 02, 2017

This was a fun little hike that I knocked out first thing in the morning. There were lizards everywhere, and it was a squirrel paradise! This would be a nice place for locals to talk a walk in the woods. I'm not sure that I would recommend going too far out of one's way to hike here.

Great work, Disney! I had to make a quick trip to Florida for business, and decided to hike this trail in my business clothes, before I headed for the airport. I was completely wet with sweat when I was finished, but it is a small price to pay to see such a lovely wetland preserve.

If you are in Orlando for a vacation, do yourself a favor, and take a few hours break from playing in the amusement venues, and treat yourself to this very special place.

hiking
Saturday, March 25, 2017

It was a very fun trail to walk on. Though it took you out to some random street. But it is a very fun trail to walk with friends.

Monday, February 27, 2017

Enter behind the school. only accessible m-f before 0830 and after 3pm due to school next to it. 5.4 miles if you go out and start right all the way to end and back. Out and back style single track. At the end of the initial wood bridge you can go left. We did not do that portion. Mild trail to right then opens to power line fields. Lots of wildlife and water very nice ride. Great for kids too.

hiking
Monday, January 30, 2017

easy access, easy trail, extremely kid friendly! !

I enjoyed the hike it was very easy hike and would be very nice for new beginners. It has a lake that you can stop at for a quick rest sand multiple benches to sit at as you go as well. I also thought it was nice that they offer a yellow trail that you can go on that's an extra 3 miles . I think it's a very big must see for a nice weekend hike.

hiking
Friday, January 13, 2017

Very pretty little hiking trail with scenic forest views and a bit of history. Love the boardwalk that runs for about half of the trail as well. Great for dogs and kids.

hiking
Saturday, September 24, 2016

dog friendly nice little hike

Saturday, July 16, 2016

really relaxing

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

This was a short very nice trail.

hiked the 3 mile loop. fellow and his wife were leaving quickly because he had seen Diamondback crossing trail. I thought I wished I'd seen that. he said don't go. I went. alertly. I am an experienced hiker cross-country. carry snake bite kit in my camel pack. saw no eagles. saw no snakes. had a great hike all by myself, however. well-maintained wilderness area. stay hydrated. use walking stick.

Very easy trail; well marked. Not much activity other than a few birds.
A lot of noise coming from boats in a nearby lake.

hiking
Saturday, July 19, 2014

This area is know as the Shingle Creek Regional Park and is actually split into 4 areas, Steffee Homestead, Steffee Landing, Babb Landing and St. Clair. Babb Landing offers the longest hike at 1.12 miles for the point-to-point trail. There is also a small .5 mile loop that you can do. Babb landing offers picnicking, a playground, wide open areas for outdoor sports and historic buildings. The Steffee Homestead offers a loop trail that is just over .25 miles and a point-to-point trail that is .7 miles. The Homestead offers much of the same that Babb does, but there are no playgrounds or open areas here. A newly completed boardwalk takes you across shingle creek to the Steffee Landing area, but it is currently undergoing renovations. When complete they will offer canoe rentals. The trail itself, for both areas, is accessible to all but a little uneven. Wetter areas have boardwalks allowing for easy travel. Some areas of the Steffee trail do become muddy or flooded. The Babb trails are mostly out in the open, sunscreen and plenty of water is advised. The Steffee side is all under trees and well shaded. St Clair is much further down the creek and offers an exercise trail, playground picnic area and even a gopher tortoise preserve. You can also visit the nearby welcome center. They have a small museum and can help you with any and all information concerning the park. You can call them at (407) 396- 8644.

hiking
Saturday, August 31, 2013

Went to test equipment out before our long hike coming up. Our first impression was it is nice. Excellent parking, and they have a recycle toilet there. Several historical sights as well. Lots of photo ops. We walked the whole trail which is about .70 long. Several places to sit and view nature. Overall was a short hike. Recommend bug spray for the horse flies. Good hike for children.

walking
Tuesday, March 12, 2013

This was a nice little trail with boardwalks and somewhat paved trails. Well shaded and a pleasant walk. We'll be keeping this one on our favorites list.

Nice, clean trail with clean restroom facility. Saw 0 wildlife which was disappointing.

Not to bad of a trail, very relaxing and easy to hike. Downside to the trail was the aftermath of the wild fire, not much of a scenery.

My favorite place to stay at WDW is Fort Wilderness, it's a wonderful geteway from the hustle and bustle of the "World". The hike is an easy stroll throught the forest and you feel like your much farther from the crowds then you really are. Look for the lawn mower tree it's a local site.

hiking
3 months ago

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