Hal Scott Regional Preserve And ParkCurrently Open
- Address: 4500 Dallas Blvd, Orlando, FL 32833, United States
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +1-3863294404
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
- Tags: Park, Wildlife Park, Biking Trail, Adventure, Nature
Hal Scott Regional Preserve And Park - Review
Located near the Avalon Park in Orlando, the Hal Scott Preserve is a 9,300-acre section of land that offers a number of exciting trails to the backpackers for adventurous retreats. This area is great for people who have just begun to learn mountain biking. Apart from that, this place is also famous for its Wildlife spottings that include bald eagles, sandhill cranes, red-cockaded woodpeckers, gopher tortoises, bobcats, river otters and indigo snakes. Primitive camping is also allowed in designated sites.
Hal Scott Regional Preserve And Park Information
- Motorized vehicles are not permitted.
- Because the area is in thefloodplain of the Econlockhatchee River, it can become impassable during the summer rainy season.
Hal Scott Regional Preserve And Park Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
How To reach Hal Scott Regional Preserve And Park by Public Transport
- Rent a car from city centre.
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1.83% of people who visit Orlando include Hal Scott Regional Preserve And Park in their plan
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50% of people start their Hal Scott Regional Preserve And Park visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Hal Scott Regional Preserve And Park
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Hal Scott Regional Preserve And Park, Orlando Reviews
Great for day hikes and there are a couple overnight camping spots. We have used them on a fee occasions and plan on returning very soon. Very peaceful
It's really beautiful. I love this kind of wilderness. Don't expect shade though if you're hiking. It's very sunny.
Nice trail, we came in late June. The trail is very wet this time of year, and some parts of it are inaccessible without water boots, or maybe horseback. It has plenty of parking, and when we came, there were very few others out. The trail throughout the part as we were in featured limited shade. I recommend bringing a big hat, and obviously plenty of water. Overall a very easy hike.
Nice place to hike or bike. The trip from the parking area to the Econ River following the white trail blazes is beautiful.
I don't think I can really right to Accurate of a review. There was Zero shade in the opening entrance and by the time we got to the first Big Bend my dogs and Son were exhausted lol I'm going to try it again in the winter when it's not 8000 degrees