Parks, Trails and Natural Lands

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As of March 2023, following parks and trails remain CLOSED until further notice due to remaining high water from Hurricane Ian: Flagler Trail - Trail Corridor + Econ Bridges, Lake Jesup Wilderness Area, Little Big Econ Canoe Launch, Overlook Park.

Lake Monroe Wayside Park and Boat Ramp is CLOSED for boat ramp improvements through July 2023.

The Seminole County Leisure Services Department is comprised of four divisions: Parks & Recreation, Greenways & Natural Lands, UF/IFAS Extension, and the Seminole County Library. Together, the active parks and programs of the Parks & Recreation division and the passive parks, trails, and wilderness areas of Greenways & Natural Lands division offer many opportunities for recreational activities in “Florida’s Natural Choice”.

Seminole County oversees 7,300+ acres of parks and natural lands and 130+ miles of paved and wilderness trails. Whether you are pumping up your heart rate during a Cardio Tennis program, cycling on the signature Cross Seminole Trail, or bringing the family to a guided hike in the Geneva Wilderness Area, Seminole County’s Parks, Trails and Natural Lands provide plenty of fun experiences for residents and visitors.

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