Shingle Creek Regional Park - Marsh Landing
Marsh Landing is temporarily closed until March 2020 due to roadway construction on Hoagland Blvd. Posted 5/6/2019
Marsh Landing was purchased in 2010 by Osceola County with the assistance of the South Florida Water Management District through their Save our Rivers program. Formerly known as Harbor Oaks Marina, this two-acre, privately owned property once had two homes, a marina, trailer park, and a plant nursery operating on the site.
Today this County-owned property is part of Osceola’s one-thousand acre Shingle Creek Regional Park, which extends south from the Orange/Osceola county line to Lake Toho. Shingle Creek, headwaters to the world-famous Everglades, is a State of Florida recognized Paddling Trail.
Marsh Landing offers a public canoe and kayak launch area, as well as a rental opportunity for paddlers. Package tours offered by the concessionaire include guided paddling trips to Osceola County’s Makinson Island Conservation Area, with an optional overnight camping opportunity on this remote, natural gem. Guided tours along the creek are also offered for those wanting to experience this historic waterway. Public restrooms and a drink concession area are ADA accessible for all to enjoy. Park hours are sunrise to sunset.
3465 Marsh Road, Kissimmee, FL 34746
- Canoe and Kayak Launch and Rental (for rental information please visit The Docks at Shingle Creek)
- Picnic Table
- Concession Area