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Visited with my grandkids. Nice trails, fun playground and a beautiful little nature center. First time we went the nature center was closed for renovations but their website had not posted that information. We were very disappointed but returned at a later date.
Okeeheelee Park is a terrific Park with walking and biking trails as well as a large lake for fishing and canoeing. There is a public golf course as well as many pavilions and picnic tables for both large and small picnic or parties. I would...More
Was treated to a Gopher tortoise turtle observation as the turtle came out of the woods and walked by me stopping to eat grass along the way on the pines flatwood trail. Really enjoyed the pine flatwoods trail as well as the wetlands trail.
Okeeheelee is home to youth baseball and soccer leagues, a BMX bike track with official races and even some water skiing events. It has plenty of picnic space and pavilions for rent as well. There is a small rental area for kayaks and boards -...More
I live about three miles from this park and not only visit there about ten times a month, but I also do volunteer work for the county parks and recreation department as a docent at the Okeeheelee Nature Center.
There is so much for a...More
The nature center is a good place to bring children for a visit. My 9 year old grandson enjoyed the experience despite starting out with "not another museum, please." We arrived in time to see the feeding of the boa constrictor. The snake ate a...More
in addition to a 1.5 mile nature trail and many paved and easy walking trails there is a fitness trail.Google Okeeheelee park fitness trail to check it out The longest regular walking trail is about 3 - 4 miles. Enjoy!!