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Twin Oaks Conservation Area


County Commission Chairman Frank Attkisson, Commissioner Brandon Arrington, dignitaries and a group of veterans with Heavenly Hooves' "Heroes and Horses" program on the inaugural ride through part of the 399-acre Conservation Area, which opened Friday, October 11. Purchased in 2010 through the Osceola County Environmental Lands Conservation Program, Twin Oaks is named after the two large century-old Live Oaks that have guided many a fisherman along Goblet's Cove over the years.

Learn more about the Twin Oaks Conservation Area.