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Lake Runnymede Conservation Area

4600 Rummell Road

St. Cloud, FL 34771

This 43 acre conservation area, located along the shores of Lake Runnymede, was purchased in 2007 for $5.2 million. The community along the lake was originally called Wharton and was founded in 1885. This site was originally used for grazing cattle and horses. The conservation area includes one mile of nature trails, a Native America shell midden, a former cattle operation holding pen, a reserved primitive camping area for organized groups such as Boy and Girl Scouts, and picnic areas and benches under century-old oak trees.

Size: 43 acres

Location:

4600 Rummel Rd
St. Cloud, FL 34771

Features:

  • Conservation Area
  • Nature Trails
  • Passive Acreage
  • Picnic Areas and Benches
  • Primitive Camping Area (Reserved for organized groups such as Boy and Girl Scouts)

* Denotes lighted facility.

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