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Moss Park, Orlando

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  • We had a total of 6 nights booked, split in half (so 3 nights and then a week later another 3 nights.) The camp site is really big, with two playgrounds that are well maintained. There is a lot of sha...  more »
  • This was a great location for a family reunion of about 32. Picnic shelter gave plenty of room for cooking, games and catching up. Feeding the humans, excellent idea. Feeding the birds.... TROUBLE!!!!...  more »
  • We decided to stop and check out Moss Park just by seeing the sign while in the area. It is a beautiful park. We saw Sandhill Cranes with two babies; they were so cute. The kids had fun on the playgro...  more »
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  • Really nice park and campground. Camping area has it's own everything (restrooms / showers, playground, fishing area). Sites were nice, spacious and shady; very family oriented; very clean park and restrooms; friendly and helpful staff. We will certainly be back.
  • Great park. Wildlife abounds. Staff are generally friendly. Hidden jewel in very close proximity to all of Orlando artractions.
  • One of Orange County's showcase parks, it's more like a state park than a county park. Riding a saddle of land between Lake Mary Jane and Lake Hart, this park has a remote feel, despite its proximity to bustling Lake Nona. Here you'll find a beach, boat ramp, camping, pavilions, playgrounds, trails and more.
  • Great park for picnic with family and large parties. Camping and fishing or field sports like football soccer frisbee etc....
  • Moss park is a great park. I have visited this park on a number of occasions including camping and day outings. The facilities are great and it is a beautiful park. They have a playground for the little ones as well as a sand volleyball net for those of you who are into that. The loss of a star is a result of one them we camped there and several of the campsites were half flooded. Luckily it was in September and there was hardly anyone there. The rangers let us switch to a dryer camp site without any issue. However, We could not get a fire to light to save our lives. Everything was soaked clear through so if you plan to make a fire bring your own wood. Also the wildlife is very use to people so don't leave any food out or the raccoons and the sand-hill cranes will have it gone by morning.