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Lake Louisa State Park, Clermont
Categories: State Parks, Nature & Parks
Lake Louisa State Park is a 4372acre Florida State Park located south of Clermont, in the northeast corner of the Green Swamp and the southwestern shore of Lake Louisa. It is made up of bald cypress, live oak and saw palmettos. In addition to Lake Louisa, the park contains Hammond Lake, Dixie Lake, Dude Lake, Bear Lake and several smaller lakes.Two small streams, Big Creek and Little Creek, flow north from the Green Swamp through the park into Lake Louisa. Lake Louisa is the source of the Palatlakaha River, one of the headwaters of the Ocklawaha River.The main entrance to the park is on U.S. 27 7mi south of State Road 50. Another entrance on the western side of the park, off County Route 561 on Lake Nellie Road, gives access only to a beach on Lake Louisa and to the horse trails.Activities include swimming, picnicking, horeseback riding, hiking, camping, fishing, and canoeing. Amenities include a canoe/kayak ramp, 16mi of equestrian trails, and a primitive equestrian campground, as well as a 0.5mi nature trail, 20mi of hiking trails, fishing pier, canoe/kayak launch, and a picnic pavilion. The park is open from 8:00 am till sundown year round.The property was purchased by the state in 1973 and opened to the public in 1977.Plan your Lake Louisa State Park visit and explore what else you can see and do in Clermont using our Clermont family vacation planner.
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Great hiking and biking trails, camping and fishing. Campsites were good. Comfort stations decent. Staff was very friendly and helpful.
We were here for a day trip. The hiking trails are nice. We enjoyed the Eagle Fitness Trail that had 10 exercise stops. The playground at the beach area is nice but the water was up very high today so... read more »
This park has beautiful cabins and a great place to picnic with kids. There is a play park near the lake and pick nick area.
This park was absolutely amazing! We had a little reunion with some friends and rented 2 cabins! It was so peaceful and quiet. I would recommend twin fitted sheets for the bed. The sheets they provide don't stay on very well. The staff was wonderful and the cabins are very clean. We will definitely stay there again.
We stayed in the Wilderness primitive site and enjoyed it very much. The park is clean and quaint but there isn't much scenery so hiking around involves being exposed in the sun. The trails around this site were all sand and was hard to walk on. The beach/lake was probably the best area for 'scenery'. Not bad for being close to downtown Orlando.
This place is fantastic for a few days vacation and camping. We visited there a few times. Their cabins are very clean, equipped, and beautiful. Price is fair for cabins rental. There is a superstore a few miles outside the park if needed. Not having a wifi is a pros :)
It's a beautiful park that has over 20 miles of well groomed trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding along with canoe and bike rentals, rental cabins, RV campsites with full hookups, 2 primitive camping areas, and an equestrian campsite.
This is very large park. You will need a bike to get around. There is a lake to kayak or fish. No swimming, alligators!! Bathrooms are clean and modern. Full hookups with sewage. Raccoons raided our camper and they are not intimidated by you. He came back twice until we gave him a bag a dog food as hush money. Nothing available in park so bring all your food and entertainment. No campfire but raised charcoal grill. You can get tv , cell phone and 4g let.
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