Hal Scott Regional Preserve

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Entry Fee : Free

Timings : Open all 365 days of the year, from dawn to dusk

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Hal Scott Regional Preserve, Orlando Overview

Hal Scott Regional Preserve and Park is spread over an area of 9,515 acres of hills and mountains. It is located in east Orange County, Florida, along the banks of the Econlockhatchee River. It is known for its exposure to the natural flora and fauna of Florida. Some of the interesting activities that you can do here include, wildlife viewing, horseback riding, fishing, bicycling and hiking. Primitive camping is also permitted in designated areas. The fascinating wildlife that you can view here mainly includes the bald eagles, sandhill cranes, gopher tortoises, bobcats, river otters, indigo snakes, and the widely famous red cockaded woodpecker.

Make sure to bring enough water of your own, as there are no restrooms or water sources at the trailheads.

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