Wake up and take a walk on the muddy side

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Spring Hammock Preserve
  • Spring Hammock Preserve

Spring Hammock Preserve

Enjoy a first-hand look at the Spring Hammock Preserve by joining Seminole County Natural Lands Program for SWAMP WALK. Prepare to trudge through thick, deep mud to explore the beauty of the hydric hammock.

Wear long pants and closed-toe, tie-on shoes that you don't mind getting down 'n' dirty in. And if you don't want to get eaten alive, we recommend that you wear bug repellant.

This is a hike that can be enjoyed by the entire family. So, get outdoors and enjoy the beauty that Seminole County has to offer.

Warning! Mud can get as high as your pants pockets. 

When: 8 a.m. - 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 13

Where: Spring Hammock Preserve

2985 Osprey Trail

Longwood, FL 32750

Age: 7 and up (children must be accompanied by an adult)

Cost: $3 per person, pre-registration is required due to limited space

Register at any active park (Sylvan Lake Park, Red Bug Lake Park, Sanlando Park)

Park Hours: 8 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday-Sunday

Call 407-349-0959 for more information

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