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Level: Intermediate
Length: 16 mi (25.7 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +27/21 ft
Total: 20 riders

Mountain Biking Lake Kissimmee State Park

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#145 of 285 mountain bike trails in Florida
#4,470 in the world

There is a fee to enter at the gate but the trails are tremendous. Lots of animals and different terrain. Not many riders and occasional hikers but it is a lot of fun. Gators, hogs, deer, turkeys, scrub jays, turtles can be seen at any time.

First added by MeenGeen66 on Nov 13, 2009. Last updated May 3, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
Hwy 60 east out of Lake Wales. Go north on Boy Scout Rd. At end of rd turn right (east) on Camp Mack Rd. Go approx 5 miles to the entrance of Lake Kissimmee State Park. (Well marked you can't miss it.)
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  • LowDawg

    Great afternoon ride, not too difficult, great scenery of backwoods and of the Lake...

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  • Dozerguy

    Trails are in great shape. Just had rain yesterday. Very flat not to technical lots of roots. Twist and turns so a fun trail. Worthwhile trails.

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  • James Sweet

    It's flooded, part of it in the grass is over grown. Guess they can't get a mower on it due to the water and getting stuck. Not really rideable as of now.

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  • Cm338863

    I'm a recreational rider, e.g. Blue jeans shorts and t-shirt, and at 60 with asthma even the easiest was enough for me. My son rode with me and the trail presented him no challenge, having ridden black diamond and double black diamond just a few days before. But he liked the change of pace, riding through scrub palmetto and seeing the wildlife. We saw a gopher tortoise, 5 turkey and a single prong deer. In spots the sand gets loose and deep, I walked those. Many could be ridden around. Will definitely be going back. And take advantage do the wilderness Segway tour, 2 hours for only $40.

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  • JoshuaTee

    This trail is well maintained, well marked, and has alot to see during your cruise. There are 3 paths, I rode the Orange Trail and White Trail for a total of 11.7 miles. There are no uphill sections, downhill sections, or anything close to being tricky. The admission for a vehicle with one person is 4 dollars, and 1 dollar for another. Its flat, sandy, shady, and sunny in other spots. I averaged 9.4mph. Very nice place to BBQ or fish aferwards so take the family. * Review edited 5/10/2012

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  • MeenGeen66

    Lots of wildlife to be viewed. 3 seperate trails available.* Review edited 11/14/2009

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