Lake Seminole Park Boat Ramp

Lake Seminole Park is a designated wildlife habitat and sanctuary. Raccoons, alligators, various waterfowl, hawks, bald eagles, black vultures, tortoises/turtles, snakes, etc. reside in this park, and provide many pleasant hours for nature enthusiasts and families. The park has a 2-mile multi-use trail (jogging, hiking, bicycling/rollerblading) that winds through a pine flatwoods. A 1-mile cut-off is available for those less vigorous. Lake Seminole affords hours of pleasure for boaters, jet skiers, water-skiing, fishing, etc. A softball field and volleyball courts are available on a first come, first served basis. Benches and swings are strategically situated for relaxing views of the several ponds and the lake. Weddings are popular at this park, especially in two locations that provide beautiful photo-ops for the wedding album--a wooden bridge near Shelter #2 at the front of the park, and at Shelter #5 which is built over a small pond.

Park Diagram

General Information:
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Ramps: 2 Lanes: 5 Surface: Unpaved

Parking Spaces: 45

Limited Hours

Fee to Launch

Notes: 7am-dark. Boat ramp will be closed on january 9, 2006 until further notice for lake seminole water restoration project. For information call 728-464-4425.

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10015 Park Blvd. (74th Ave. N.)

Seminole FL 33777

Phone: 727.549.6156

Fax: 727.549.6158



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