Central Florida Zoo and Botanical Gardens:
This is a 116-acre (47 ha) zoo and botanical garden located in the north of Orlando, Florida at an intersection of I-4 and Hwy 17-92 near the city of Sanford. This zoo has been an active member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums since March 2011. More than 400 animals are living in this habitat as their home.
It’s a great way to gain knowledge and enjoy nature where different species are living e.g. Mammals, Birds, Reptiles.
Little Big Econ State Forest:
This is a State Forest in US state of Florida. It is surrounded in 5,048 acres (20.43 km2) forest is located in Central Florida, 3.3 miles (5.3 km) east of the downtown Oviedo, on Florida Country Road 426 with forest office on Snow Hill Road in Geneva, Florida.
This reserved area has many exciting things for you like: picnicking, bird watching, fishing, hunting, hiking, horseback and mountain bike riding.
Lake Jesup is one of the largest lakes in central Florida which joins St. Johns River with an area of approximately 16,00 acres (65 km²) including open water and floodplain. It is named after an American military officer named Brigadier General Thomas who served in the Second Seminole War.
The lake is part of the Seminole Expressway, possess one of the longest free-standing bridge which divides the lake.
Here are small businesses that operate lakeside restaurants, fish camps, and airboat tours in the neighborhood of the lake.
Lake Monroe is of the lake which composes the St. Johns River system. The port city of Sanford is located across the southern shore, while DeBary and Deltona are situated along the northern shore. Two major central Florida roadways that run near the lake are State Road 415 and Interstate 4. It is the 8th largest lake in the Orlando metropolitan area, after Lake Jesup, 7 miles (11 km) to the south. It shapes border of Seminole County and Volusia County.
Green Springs Park:
It is a public park featuring a green-hued sulfur spring. The spring was once part of a 19th-century health resort and the surrounding area is a remarkable archeological site. Green Springs Park is situated near the north shore of Lake Monroe, approximately 2.5 miles (4.0 km) east of Interstate 4 in Enterprise, Florida.
This park has its own facts regarding its history, land purchase, and park development. Once an important plot for native Americans such as the Mayaca and the Seminole, who advocated for the divine healing properties of its sulfur water. The park was officially opened on September 27, 2008, the result of near $1 million invested in land purchase and improvements.
Lower Wekiva River Preserve State Park:
This park is Florida state park which is an 18,000-acre (7,300 ha), situated on six miles (10 km) of the St. Johns River in Lake and Seminole counties. The park forms a wildlife corridor to the Ocala National Forest across the Wekiva and St. Johns Rivers. This park has its own features, among which the wildlife of the park are black bears, river otters, alligators, wood storks, and sandhill cranes.
There are many activities that include camping, biking, canoeing, hiking, and wildlife viewing. Amenities include horse stalls and corrals and 18 miles (29 km) of multi-use trails.
Cross Seminole Trail:
This is a trial for rambler, bicycle and horse rider in Seminole County, Florida just north of Orlando. The first segment opened in 2002. The current route begins in Oviedo and stretches into Winter Springs. An overpass was constructed in 2012, where the trail crosses State Road 434. The trail is 23 miles (37 km) long, or 34 miles (55 km) including the Orange County trail extension. Plans include extending the trail into Heathrow, in Lake Mary.
This place has its own history and its popularity made this place have some construction which needs to be completed.
Spring Hammock Preserve:
This area covers 1,500-acre (610 ha) natural area in Seminole County, Florida. Muddy area found in this area helps to protect hydric hammock and floodplain forest. Sandy terrain supports upland hardwood and pine flatwood ecosystems.
The Most important fact, Animals preserved here are either rare or near their scale limit.
Little Wekiva River:
The longest river in the state of Florida is Wikia River which streams the Greater Orlando area of Florida in the United States. The 15-mile (24 km) long, a northward-flowing stream is a tributary of the Wekiva River, which later joins the St. Johns River, the longest river in the state of Florida.
The Geographic Names Information System (GNIS), however, listed the source of the river at Spring Lake, an 84-acre (34 ha) spring-fed lake in Altamonte Springs, Florida.