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Southport Regional Park

Southport Regional Park

Southport Regional Park consists of approximately 35 acres on the southern shore of Lake Tohopekaliga ("Lake Toho"), just west of Canal C-35. Southport was purchased by the State of Florida in 1966 and has been managed by Osceola County since 1967 for outdoor recreation and conservation. Located at the end of Southport Road and east of the Nature Conservancy’s Disney Wilderness Preserve, Southport provides a unique opportunity to access Lake Toho and experience wildlife. Additionally, through a partnership with the County, the park supports a concessionaire that provides airboat tours and camping to enhance the visitor's experience. In addition to the parks recreational amenities, the rural setting along the shores of Lake Toho support live oak, cypress and littoral vegetation. As a result, the park provides suitable habitat for bald eagle, Sherman's fox squirrel, Everglades snail kite, sandhill crane, wood stork, gopher tortoise and American Alligator.

Location

2001 East Southport Road
Kissimmee, FL 34758

Amenities

  • Campground (>50 spaces)
  • Firepits
  • Pavilions
  • Boat ramp
  • Volleyball court
  • Airboat concessionaire

Size

35 acres