Interacting with Nature in Kissimmee, FL
Unlike most towns, Kissimmee offers its residents and visitors fun opportunities to interact with nature. From fauna, natural stream to flora, the city takes care of every concern regarding nature’s pursuit. Visit this link for more information.
Lake Toho is world-renowned for its bass fishing excellence and many marinas lining the shore of this vast (22,000-acre) lake. There is also a vast array of waterfowl here as well as gators and otters. On the north side of the lake, Lakefront Park has a scenic walking trail open to pedestrian traffic, chairs, sun loungers, barbecues, restrooms, and picnic shelters. Read about Kissimmee, FL is an Oasis of Fun here.
Gatorland is a wildlife preserve and theme park in Orlando, Florida, famous for its conservation efforts and its four exceedingly rare leucistic “white” alligators. Thousands of alligators and crocodiles reside in a natural breeding marsh, which can be viewed from a boardwalk or from observation towers. The park offers educational programs, reptile shows, a petting zoo, and an aviary.
Tours are the best way to see the swamps and marshes that make up the Florida Everglades’ headwaters and to see the wildlife that inhabits the area. The Swamp Spirit offers family-friendly tours on small, six-passenger boats and has 60-minute, 90-minute, and 2-hour excursions.